Monthly Archives: April 2012

Ruth O’Callaghan – Strandline

Autopsy. Poetry is by its very nature transformative, resonating within the intellect and emotions, enabling the reader to perceive a truth, to wonder at the world, to explore the limits of meaning. Observing Strand life over 24/7×52 will provide an

Ruth O’Callaghan – Strandline

Autopsy. Poetry is by its very nature transformative, resonating within the intellect and emotions, enabling the reader to perceive a truth, to wonder at the world, to explore the limits of meaning. Observing Strand life over 24/7×52 will provide an

Matilda Leyser – Strandline

Strand Stories. I am writing a contemporary fairytale that tells of four sisters who live on The Strand, and who, between them, show how even an urban environment, a London street, may still be a play of elemental matters –

Matilda Leyser – Strandline

Strand Stories. I am writing a contemporary fairytale that tells of four sisters who live on The Strand, and who, between them, show how even an urban environment, a London street, may still be a play of elemental matters –

Lucy Steggals – Strandline

Kaleidoscope – stamps from the whole world. This is a project that is re-distributing and returning stamps of the world to the countries where they originated. Participants on The Strand will be invited to select a stamp from a collection.

Lucy Steggals – Strandline

Kaleidoscope – stamps from the whole world. This is a project that is re-distributing and returning stamps of the world to the countries where they originated. Participants on The Strand will be invited to select a stamp from a collection.

Luce Choules – Strandline

In Search of Flora. My project involves a detailed survey of The Strand, looking for signs of transient life among the features and fixtures of this busy London thoroughfare. I will search low and high, at the edges and corners,

Luce Choules – Strandline

In Search of Flora. My project involves a detailed survey of The Strand, looking for signs of transient life among the features and fixtures of this busy London thoroughfare. I will search low and high, at the edges and corners,

Julie McKee – Strandline

Strand Songs. Julie is working with archived music and lyrics to build up a picture of The Strand in song. This has included a contemporary arrangement of a 17th century flower girl’s ballad; she is also exploring satirical material relating

Julie McKee – Strandline

Strand Songs. Julie is working with archived music and lyrics to build up a picture of The Strand in song. This has included a contemporary arrangement of a 17th century flower girl’s ballad; she is also exploring satirical material relating

Jane Wildgoose – Strandline

In Pursuit of the Ferrous Foliage of John Hemmings Woodward: From a Foundry on Wych Street to Arson in Eaton Square, Via a Museum in St James’s. An intricate Victorian ironwork picture-frame is the starting point for Jane Wildgoose’s pursuit

Jane Wildgoose – Strandline

In Pursuit of the Ferrous Foliage of John Hemmings Woodward: From a Foundry on Wych Street to Arson in Eaton Square, Via a Museum in St James’s. An intricate Victorian ironwork picture-frame is the starting point for Jane Wildgoose’s pursuit