In October artist Ruth Ewan led a workshop for artists and curators, discussing ideas for field trips. These ideas are to be developed as part of the Groundwork programme.
Ruth Ewan’s work takes many forms, including events, installation, writing and printed matter. Her practice explores overlooked histories of radical, political and utopian thought, bringing to light specific ideas in order to question how we might live today. Always engaging with others, Ewan’s projects involve a process of focused research and close collaboration – recent projects have led her to develop context-specific projects within schools, prisons, hospitals, libraries, universities, Parliament and the London Underground.
Ruth Ewan also gave a talk in Falmouth School of Art’s Guest Speakers series.