SHL Artist-in-Residence Kate Shields reflects on ongoing residency practice: ‘Gaia Spaces + Mutualism.’
SHL welcomes our new artist-in-residence Kate Shields, who will be developing the project GUTS over the next three months. GUTS explores the experience of living with the long-term chronic health condition Ulcerative Colitis. Kate writes:
My residency began officially on Friday, and my aim is to write about my process each week here. Through the Lab, I hope to approach the subject of chronic health in more community-minded and digital-based ways.
SHL is delighted to invite creative practitioners in the South East England region to apply for our very first artist-in-residence opportunity, run in collaboration with Visiting Fellow Laurence Hill. Further information here. Deadline: noon 21 February.