Angela Cockayne explores the interface between art practice, text, natural sciences and ecology to address issues of future sustainability. Terms familiar from art and museology such as custodianship, and stewardship, become both illustration and metaphor in regard to the need to address the future life of the world around us.
This ambiguous collection of drawings and text is made as a blueprint, or plan of action for making work, performance and film – an oblique mission statement which explores our anthropogenic impact upon the environment.
30 Signed limited edition drawings made into Giclee Prints are now available from an edition of 30 in two sizes printed on matt archive grade paper.
A1 60cm X 88cm £350 A3 42cm x 29 £250 plus PP
Commissioned prints for Virginia Quarterly Review
Published in Aquatopia Tate pub 2014
Don’t Sell The Clouds
Trade Union For Intelligent Life
Flukes Gynkos and Sentience
Custodians and Watergazers
Grey Matter or Phrenology
Land Sea & Air
And Tooth and Claw