My artist’s book ‘The Cancer of The Weather’, originally created for Arctica, has been selected for an exhibition at The Beaney Museum in Canterbury, Kent.
Further details below:
Thursday 21 April to Sunday 14 August 2016
The Drawing Room, The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge
The exhibition focusses on the book art of Martha Hall, on loan from the University of New England, and linked to a University of Kent symposium. Hall’s books are accompanied by a curated show of artists books responding to themes of illness, healing and wellbeing.
Mara Acoma, Sophie Adams, Veronica Adamson, Judith Alder, Penny Alexander, Karen Apps, Gunilla Åsberg, Bini Atkinson, Heather Beardsley, Gaby Berglund Cardenas, Marina Biagini, Janet Marie Bradley, Julie Brixey-Williams, Veronique Chance, Sally Chinea, Egidija Ciricaite, Carole Cluer, Allison Cooke Brown, Margaret Cooter, Amanda Couch, George Cullen, Fiona Davies, Emma Dolphin, Stephen Emmerson, Beth Evans, Bernard Fairhurst, Ashley Fitzgerald, Yvonne J Foster, Dylan Fox, Elizabeth Fraser, Paula Garcia Stone, Sue Hague, Sarah Harley, Cas Holmes, Deborah Humm, Winnie Yoe, Dávid Katona, Sonia Kneepkens Gemma Lacey, Pauline Lamont-Fisher, Mindy Lee, Melisa Lopez, Celeste Maia, Andrew Malone, Kirsty McKenzie, Nicki McNaney, Lise Melhorn-Boe, Virginia Milici, Melanie Mowinski, Emma Oconnor, Carol Pairaudeau, Anne Parfitt, David Paton, Christine Pereira-Adams, Corinne Perry, Clare Petherick, Susannah Pickering, Marta Pieregonczuk, Stevie Ronnie, Anne Rook, Mary Rouncefield, Angel Sameth, Erin K. Schmidt, Maya Schueller Elmes, Ruth Shaw-Williams, Richika Wason Singh, Alison Stewart, Randi Annie Strand, Noriko Suzuki-Bosco, Carolyn Thompson, Wendy Ann Titmus, Josie Vallely, Lizanne van Essen, Susan Walther, Amanda Watson-Will, Susie Wilson, Alexa Wright, Lena Wurz.
Supported by the Wellcome Trust.