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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

Geometries of Time

STUDIO PROJECT:  This drawing study apes the kind of efforts of 17th-century luminaries made to reduce the essence of cosmic phenomena to a set of simple ideal forms. In this project I attempt to sum up the dominant ways of

Cathy Haynes Geometries of Time I

Geometries of Time

STUDIO PROJECT:  This drawing study apes the kind of efforts of 17th-century luminaries made to reduce the essence of cosmic phenomena to a set of simple ideal forms. In this project I attempt to sum up the dominant ways of

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 that

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 that

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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

UCLPetrie_Shadow_Clock

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

Priestley's history map

Timekeeper interview

RADIO: For a fifteen-minute rollercoaster ride around the kind of objects explored by my Timekeeper project at UCL Petrie Museum, have a listen to this interview with the Timekeeper on Monocle 24 radio’s Weekly programme. I appear about 33mins into

Priestley's history map

Timekeeper interview

RADIO: For a fifteen-minute rollercoaster ride around the kind of objects explored by my Timekeeper project at UCL Petrie Museum, have a listen to this interview with the Timekeeper on Monocle 24 radio’s Weekly programme. I appear about 33mins into