Phantom Limb

Loch Leven NNR Artist in Residence Blog

The job of an artist in residence is to try to identify and then interpret and communicate what it is about a place that is special, interesting or unique and it’s a great experience to spend time exploring a place, soaking up the atmosphere, meeting people and looking at the way things work.

After some time and lots of research, ideas and themes start to crystallise and bubble up from the subconscious and the work evolves out of this – unique to that place.  Well, one of the things that I keep coming back to when I look around Loch Leven and see the various animal and plant populations and the work that the reserve officers do, is balance.  Everything is in such delicate balance.  I’ll come back to this in a future post because it is this balance and interconnectedness that informs the main work I’m planning.

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About Craig.Nisbet

Reserve Officer Loch Leven National Nature Reserve Scottish Natural Heritage
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