Creating work that is site-responsive, with water as a constant motif, my work crosses disciplines to explore natural, social and creative ecologies. Often collaborative and socially engaged, the work draws on experimental geography to articulate affective relationships that might reveal oblique connections between place, people and practices.
Q & A with Laura
What do you love about showing and/or making work in Plymouth?
The artists, audiences and participants are so generous with their time, creativity and support.
What can you tell us about this project, and why is now a good time to share it?
Go Rewild Yourself is a small scale social engagement project that invites anyone with a spare shelf in their freezer to get involved. Come and find out more at 6.30pm on Monday 23rd Sept at Duke of Cornwall Hotel, and have a whizz around the Go Rewild Yourself website (below)
What are you excited to see at this year’s PAW, and why?
Dressing Like a Seagull and Pinching People’s Pasties – because it sounds like a right laugh!