by Cynthia Troup
Cynthia Troup documents her experience of the Hi-Viz Practice Exchange in this beautifully articulated response: ‘All visible’: Notes from the first Hi-Viz Practice Exchange.
‘Gian Slater reminds us that ‘ideas want to move and grow’. Later, Madeleine Flynn refers to the intuitive, private aspects of a shared creative process. Yes, I think, recognising. Those aspects can yield practical wisdom. A day-long, respectful dialogue is taking place – about overcoming isolation, and the risks of seeking to give and take skills across artforms.’
Read Cynthia’s piece in full here: