Stretches of earth shared, exchanged and collectedKearsney Residency 2018 -a project delivered by Dover District Council in partnership with Dover Arts Development. -
The film represents different perspectives of the park, referring to places created and remembered by the public that engaged with a workshop I held as part of my residency. I created a workshop investigating the idea of shared and private land, playing with the boundaries that parks have and giving creative tools to explore and change these boundaries by adding. I am interested in how different age groups use the park and the psychological effect it has on them from documenting the way the parks are navigated and the procedures in place to guide visitors around different spaces, removing sections, questioning how this can reflect the boundaries of imagination. The original footage is distorted and taken from a moblie phone to represent the immediacy and accessibly of the experience.
Louise Webb Produced as part of Art in the Park: Kearsney Interpreted, a project delivered by Dover District Council in partnership with Dover Arts Development. The project involved a series of artist residencies and the work produced through the residencies includes sculptures, one-off performative events, photographs and artists’ films.