A:L:L is a Cambridge-based artist-run project working at the intersection between art, text and place (https://artlanguagelocation.org/).
In 2013, as A:L:L artist in residence, I made a work, 'Thresholds', mapping the exhibition which was spread across a number of locations in Cambridge.
In 2014 I made 'A Cambridge Atlas', using Gwen Reverat's memoire, Period Piece: A Cambridge Childhood, (1952) to document how Cambridge has changed since she was a child in the late 19th C. Reverat was the granddaughter of Charles Darwin and an eminent woodcut artist. Her childhood home became Darwin College in 1964.
I am particularly interested in the slippage that occurs in our attempts to make meaning. For both projects I made deliberately elliptical documentation.
© B.A.Zanditon 2013
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