Lots of exciting briefs in this semester at Art School. One asks us to create a body of work taking our cue what are known as liminal spaces.
Oh, in case you not totally familiar with the term
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“They are the waiting areas between one point in time and space and the next. Often, when we are in liminal spaces, we have the feeling of just being on the verge of something. Liminal space is, of course, a literal space.”
And this takes me straight into one of my favourite areas about which I first wrote in 2016: ‘Edgelands’
GATES AND YARDS AT GLANGWILI
Source: Edgelands Aesthetics: Exploring the Liminal
in Andrea Arnold’s Fishtank (2009) Lance Hanson, University of Wolverhampton.
There is lots of material around Carmarthen town just waiting to be sketched and drawn as part of the project.
A week or so back I was a prowling around the edgelands of Glangwili Hospital whilst I was waiting for Sian who had an appointment there.