I had very encouraging meeting with the Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum, have planned meeting with Marshal Airport to expierment with the coulor x-ray machine, planned educational visit to the Dissecting Room at Human Anatomy Centre and stimulating discution with a friend anthropologist whose research explores various contexts where bodies – whether living, dead, or in the form of medically usable remains – become the sites of economic, legal, political, scientific and artistic attention.”
So, I look forward to your feed back on the idea itself.
On another issue, one of my drawings has been selected to appear in a new exhibition, and this is to invite you to
MODERN TIMES – responding to chaos
Drawings and films selected by Lutz Becker
3 April – 13 June 2010
DE LA WARR PAVILION
Bexhill on Sea
This exhibition comprises drawings, prints and experimental films, and explores the recurring tension between figuration and abstraction throughout the 20th century and the ways by which ideas and concepts evolve. It encompasses movements such as Constructivism, Futurism and Vorticism, Abstract Expressionism and Minimalism, and comprises works by key artists, as well as works of artists who have been sidelined in the mainstream of art history.