Finding Home / Making Home

Submitted by contact.caru on August 27, 2019 - 22:09

Venue, Timing and Cost

Studio 5a, RHB, Oxford Brookes University
Monday, 9 September 2019 to Sunday, 15 September 2019
PV event: 6.30pm, 9 September 2019

Anna Yearwood presents her practice-based PhD research

Private View Event: 6.30pm, 9th September 2019
Exhibition: 11am - 6pm, until 15th September 2019

"My research questions primarily deal with the feeling of the transcendent in the experience and desire for home. My perspective and understanding of home has been shaped by my personal and academic interactions with Christian theology and I have included this in my research process. As my research developed, I discovered how a sense of home can be created through daily rhythms and rituals; I find similar uses of ritual reflected in my life of faith. My questions have expanded to reflect this discovery in my understanding of home as a point of connection between people as well as with the divine – a space for the eternal creation of wholeness."

Supported by Oxford Brookes University & CARU | Contemporary Arts ReSearch Unit

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