As part of GroundWork Gallery’s long-term interests in connecting art, science and environmental sustainability, here we discover the distinguished Dutch Professor Marcel Dicke’s thoughts on insects. In conversation with writer and artist Karen Eng, he turns to the subject of bugs as food, and how increasingly he has become interested in their appearance in art.Read more
Why should we create bug-friendly corridors?
GroundWork exhibitions are accompanied by environmental campaigning. We want to alert the world to the dangers faced by insects, But also we need to show what we can do to help. To do so we are collaborating with Buglife, the invertebrate charityRead more
Bugs: Beauty and Danger
1 August – 5 December 2020 Nicola Bealing, Arno van Berge Henegouwen, Jeroen Eisinga, Claudia Fährenkemper, Sarah Gillespie, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, Aurora Sciabarra, Alison Turnbull. Stop Press: read this great review in the Spectator 14.03.20, by Mark Cocker: ‘Mother Nature is Finally Getting the Art she Deserves‘ https://www.spectator.co.uk/writer/mark-cocker Bugs, Beauty and Danger is GroundWork gallery’s latest […]Read more