New work

Spring No 10! An ABC of Tragedy


You can find out more about this great new publication here


It is wonderful to be included in this, with a piece titled Mourning – about Birds of Paradise dyed black at the height of the Plume Boom. Here is a preview image:


Working the Tweed: new work for Year of Natural Scotland

The ‘Working the Tweed’ project brings together Kate Foster (visual artist), Jules Horne (writer), Claire Pençak (choreographer) and James Wyness (composer) with local environmental organisations Tweed Forum and Southern Uplands Partnership.  It is one of 14 projects across Scotland to be awarded ‘Year of Natural Scotland 2013’ funding, and will focus on the iconic River Tweed from source to mouth, and particularly the people that work on and around it. We aim to try and capture the voices of the people that work the Tweed, and bring to the surface some of the more hidden worlds, maps and languages of the river.

Our new project website gives further details.