WHISPER 2 May 30th – June 17th 2017
Whisper is the collective noun for moths and an English way of sharing something conspiratorially.
Our WHISPER UK/USA launch Project was to share that the Gallery is now run by SVAF artists and you are all welcome in this space.
For our first community celebratory project ‘WHISPER’ (UK). SVAF decided to be Moth Ambassadors in answer to American artist, Hilary Lorenz’ open call for 40,000 moths from all round the World.
A big thank you to everyone who made UK WHISPER Paper Moths :
Schools made moths as part of a Math’s, Science, Natural History, Geography or Art curriculum:
Cheapening School, The Granville School, Riverhead Infants School, Riverside School
Otford Primary School, Radnor House School, Dartford Grammar School, Croydon High School
Hospice in the Weald, The Epic Youth Club, St Bartholomew’s Church, Otford, Kent
Scotts Project Trust, Sevenoaks Day Centre, Chelsea and Westminster Community Hospital School
The Sevenoaks Knit and Natter Group, Emily Jackson House
Members of SVAF
Families who attended workshops in the Library and Gallery
Many thanks to all the visitors who left Moths in the collection box in the Gallery.
The final installation video of the last day of the project showing all 1,849 moths.
Your paper moths left the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery on June 17th flying to America. To exhibit August to November in ‘Cross Pollination’ by Hilary Lorenz
Installation by Hilary Lorenz of The Moth Migration Project at 516ARTS, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Installation Image credit Da Ping Luo
We hope you will follow their continuing journey on this site http://mothmigrationproject.net
The WHISPER 1 Community Project April 11th – 29th 2017
The Sevenoaks Knit and Natter Group Forty three Crochet and knitted Moths.
Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Museum Victorian moth collections
The Sevenoaks Branch of Embroiderers Guild Fifteen felted and embroidered moths and four stump work moths.
SVAF Artists: Moth inspired diverse painting, prints, collage, drawing, assembladge and found objects.
Rosalind Barker, Margaret Barrett, Anne Bridges, Louisa Crispin, Elisa Hudson, Diana Poliak, Franny Swann, Maria Turner
and Jane Tyler.