Archive for the 'Greenwich Group'

LIP Greenwich January 2020 Meeting

We began with a theme: public art – and immediately stretched the bounds with Judy Harrington’s photos of shapes made in the sky by a murmuration of starlings. Then the principal presentation: Carol Kenna’s account of the genesis and restoration of a 100-yard long mosaic-covered, mural-illustrated, wavy bench in Charlton. The original had been designed […]

LIP Greenwich December 2019 meeting

Our December meeting was a restrained party in the Greenwich Gallery crossed with an informal exhibition hanging: wine and nibbles plus each of us bringing one image and putting it on the wall, where it will stay until our next meeting on 15th January, and each of us speaking briefly about the image. It worked: […]

LIP Greenwich November 2019 meeting

First Astrid Schultz gave a detailed account of her Blind Spot project which grew out of a course of meetings which explored how unacknowledged personal feelings can inhibit one’s life – and led to the discovery and conquest of those feelings. Astrid’s photos were in two sets, one re-enacting the negative feelings and the other […]

LIP Greenwich October 2019 Meeting

A very varied evening. Barry Cole started the evening off with a brief sequence of people making strange shapes in their efforts to restrain or push over the tower in Pisa. Peter Luck and Chris Burke then each showed a response to Margate. Both showed aspects of the decay of the town and a little […]

LIP Greenwich May 2019 Meeting

Barry Cole started the evening off with a set of photos of the fantastic multi-coloured garden structures made by an almost-neighbour in Catford. We then moved on to a presentation and discussion of Sarah Hickson’s photos taken as a contribution to a literary festival in Kolkata. The festival had taken as a theme ‘Writing Places’ […]