Bodies of Movement
Bodies of Movement was a solo show bringing together the worlds of physics and biology through site specific work and drawings, whilst responding to the awe inspiring architecture of Ely Cathedral. Motion, structure, form and scale are at the heart of this work. I reconcile the very large and the very small, from single celled organisms to the motion of planetary bodies. The work raises questions about an underlying code that connects all of us to each other.
Ely Cathedral Science Festival aims to bring science and religion together to put forward the premise that they are not in opposition. It aims to bring us back to a time of the natural philosophers, when the investigation into the natural world was synonymous with the worship of God.
Bodies of Movement is supported by Arts Council England and is part of the Ely Cathedral Science Festival 2017.
For more information and educational resources please visit www.bodiesofmovement.com