Summer Installation | Serpentine Pavilion 2021

This year's temporary installation is now in place (delayed from 2020) in London's Kensington Gardens outside the Serpentine Gallery. Built of white concrete and black cork, the structure resembles an art deco Doric temple, if such a thing could exist and is probably the largest work in the Summer Pavilion series since the project began … Continue reading Summer Installation | Serpentine Pavilion 2021

Covid-19 | The Journal, Part 16

On the day that eating indoors in restaurants and cafés was allowed again, a friend and I had Afternoon Tea. 🙂 I included a print out of my Mass Observation Diary (which happened before Afternoon Tea, but no matter). Dominic Cummings appeared before a parliamentary committee and let rip - it was fascinating to watch … Continue reading Covid-19 | The Journal, Part 16

Weekday Walk | Elephant Spotting in Chelsea

It's not every day that you happen across a herd of elephants in West London's Chelsea. 🙂 The elephants are part of the CoExistance herd and are made from a natural plant material called Lantana Camara, an invasive species that can damage ecosystems and is toxic to grazing animals. Close up, they are absolutely stunning. … Continue reading Weekday Walk | Elephant Spotting in Chelsea

Photography Exhibition | Pitzhanger Manor

I booked tickets for The Boy and me to visit the photography exhibition in Pitzhanger Manor this week and it was hugely exciting to see my photo of him on the gallery's wall. 🙂 This exhibition will obviously feature in my Covid-19 journal. And I can now say that I have had a photograph displayed … Continue reading Photography Exhibition | Pitzhanger Manor

Month in Numbers | May 2021

Was May marvellous? Let's see what the numbers made of it. Joining 89 others for an online Meet the Authors event over Zoom. 26,180 steps walked by me on my busiest day of the month. 42 walks with Tilly 31 sessions of online Pilates. 15 online Step classes via YouTube. 4 days spent redecorating the … Continue reading Month in Numbers | May 2021