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Louise is an illustrator, researcher and writer. She is endlessly interested in fragments, void spaces, landscape and the finding of stories or meaning in the gaps in-between. Her research and practice explores the interweaving of place, history and memory, and the visual language of archaeology and archives. She is influenced by the work of W. G. Sebald, Tacita Dean, as well as, Deconstruction and Zen aesthetics.

Louise has exhibited and delivered papers widely including; Mind the Gap: the behaviour of holes in a complex text (Falmouth, 2018), Illustrating Identity/ies (Nancy, 2017); FOMO, (Falmouth, 2017); Shaping the View (Edinburgh, 2016); Sophronia (Falmouth, 2016). Louise is currently working on a practice-based illustration Ph.D. through Falmouth University exploring how forms of repair behave as illustration related to the principles of Japanese Kintsugi repair and centred in the city of Plymouth. Her title is Hidden Fractures: Plymouth Illustrated within its Repairs.


PhD Illustration candidate – Falmouth University

MA Illustration: Authorial Practice – Falmouth University 2015/16 (Distinction).

BA (Hons) Fine Art – Leeds Metropolitan University 2011.

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