London-based artist Naomi Joanne Delorme is interested in grief. In her latest project MY LOVE IS A HUNDRED PITCHERS OF HONEY she attempts to create a MANUAL OF GRIEF alongside an exhibition and soundscape to explore the contemporary Western relationship with grief in comparison to the ancestral grief practice of keening. A multidisciplinary practitioner, Delorme’s work combines visual art, documentary and writing. Upon graduation from LCC she is due to commence an MA in Writing at the Royal College of Art in September. She intends to develop her combined practice and specialise in grief, identity, culture and changing narratives.
Naomi Joanne Delorme
Mira Schendel, Tate Modern
Tate will stage an international comprehensive survey of the work of Mira Schendel. As one of Latin America’s most prolific post-war artists, she has made an influential contribution to the art world.
Interview: Artist Rob Ryan
SohoCreate arrives in London this June for the first time. The event brings together the country’s top creative minds, ensuring various disciplines and talents are celebrated in today’s competitive, revenue driven economy.