Cathy Haynes Alphabet Trees 2015 GROUP 4 HI RES

The Alphabet & Calendar of Trees

STUDIO PROJECT: In his autobiography Roland Barthes mentions an ancient Greek ‘alphabet of trees’. He may have been mistakenly referring to the Ogham alphabet, a ancient Celtic script found on monuments in Ireland and western Britain. A late medieval text

Cathy Haynes Alphabet Trees 2015 GROUP 4 HI RES

The Alphabet & Calendar of Trees

STUDIO PROJECT: In his autobiography Roland Barthes mentions an ancient Greek ‘alphabet of trees’. He may have been mistakenly referring to the Ogham alphabet, a ancient Celtic script found on monuments in Ireland and western Britain. A late medieval text

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A Lunar Calendar

STUDIO PROJECT: Before clocks, the Moon’s phases and the lunar tides were among our most important timegivers. For a while now I’ve been going out into the street with a camera when the Moon is out in its different phases: the

Cathy_Haynes_Playing_with_the_Moon_&_Jupiter_9Apr15

A Lunar Calendar

STUDIO PROJECT: Before clocks, the Moon’s phases and the lunar tides were among our most important timegivers. For a while now I’ve been going out into the street with a camera when the Moon is out in its different phases: the

Cathy Haynes Geometries of Time I

Four Geometries of Time

STUDIO PROJECT:  This drawing study is an attempt to sum up the dominant ways of picturing time over the course of human history in chronological sequence. The snake represents the ancient cyclical model, in which all things return, like the

Cathy Haynes Geometries of Time I

Four Geometries of Time

STUDIO PROJECT:  This drawing study is an attempt to sum up the dominant ways of picturing time over the course of human history in chronological sequence. The snake represents the ancient cyclical model, in which all things return, like the

Stereochron Island

RESEARCH RESIDENCY & PUBLIC PROJECT: Stereochron Island re-imagines Victoria Park as a tiny fictional territory campaigning to become a State Without Clocks. The Island has invited specialists to lead a public investigation of its rare habitats of time so we

Stereochron Island

RESEARCH RESIDENCY & PUBLIC PROJECT: Stereochron Island re-imagines Victoria Park as a tiny fictional territory campaigning to become a State Without Clocks. The Island has invited specialists to lead a public investigation of its rare habitats of time so we

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Life Maps (Tristram Shandy)

STUDIO PROJECT: What should a map of the internal experience of time look like? Should it be an orderly chase over a metaphysical racetrack? Or something less mappable, measurable and comparable? These are the questions behind Life Map (Tristram Shandy)

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Life Maps (Tristram Shandy)

STUDIO PROJECT: What should a map of the internal experience of time look like? Should it be an orderly chase over a metaphysical racetrack? Or something less mappable, measurable and comparable? These are the questions behind Life Map (Tristram Shandy)

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A Storm is Blowing/Timekeeper

RESEARCH RESIDENCY & EXHIBITION: From January to October 2013 I was Timekeeper in residence at the UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in central London. My role was to lead a multi-disciplinary creative research project supported by the Arts & Humanities

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A Storm is Blowing/Timekeeper

RESEARCH RESIDENCY & EXHIBITION: From January to October 2013 I was Timekeeper in residence at the UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in central London. My role was to lead a multi-disciplinary creative research project supported by the Arts & Humanities

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Timekeeper interview

JOURNAL: An interview by Jessika Green in TiP (Thinking in Practice, Balmond Studio, June 2013). As she prepares for the installation of A Storm Is Blowing at UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London, Cathy Haynes shares her thoughts on resisting

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Timekeeper interview

JOURNAL: An interview by Jessika Green in TiP (Thinking in Practice, Balmond Studio, June 2013). As she prepares for the installation of A Storm Is Blowing at UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London, Cathy Haynes shares her thoughts on resisting