While we can’t go outdoors, this workshop brings the outside in using coloured paper to reproduce and rejuvenate views from windows at home.
This digital version of our 2020 bulletin, Issue 14 in the series, features details our exciting new two-year programme, In Steps of Sundew.
We would create, play and question the ways that photographs impact upon our lives. The days were shaped by the contagious energy of the students.
Touchstone was a site specific performance by Salamanda Tandem, taking place throughout Corby Cube in 2013, exploring the building through the movement, sound and touch of visually impaired performers Indra Slavena and Mickel Smithen.
Our Summer 2018 bulletin includes The Forest is The Museum and Edwina fitzPatrick’s Archive of the Trees, The Outdoor Institute of Art, STEAM Power, Fermynwoods Fridays and more.
Gesture (2012 to 2014) was a series of events which highlighted the diverse range of activities that take place within The Corby Cube. Virginie Litzler installed photographic work created through photo shoots of local people, “concentrating on how bodies, architecture and air converse”.
Students from Boughton Primary School have been working with Fermynwoods Contemporary Art and Belgium-based photographer Virginie Litzler to produce a photographic artwork that has been installed on a billboarda in Northampton.
World renowned automotive engineering company Cosworth joined forces with Fermynwoods to host artist Virginie Litzler. The new art work, Conversations, is the culmination of Virginie’s time at Cosworth, after spending 5 days with the business talking to and working alongside their staff.
Martin Borley from BBC Northampton caught up with two of our Art Work Placement artists. Virginie Litzler, who has been working with Cosworth, and Simon Woolham who has been working with St Andrews Healthcare.
This week students from Lodge Park Academy saw the outcome of a workshop with our Associate Artist Virginie Litzler go up on a billboard in Corby. Inspired by Virginie’s residency in Shanghai, students were challenged to make themselves invisible against natural phenomena.