Since October 2011, Harriet Tarlo and Judith Tucker have been collaborating on a series of walks, drawings and poems around the cloughs and becks of the Holme River. Their work conveys a sense of the symbiotic shaping of land and water both by each other and by human interventions, as well as their own conversations with the landscape and with each other. Work from Tributaries has been shown at the Holmfirth Arts Festival, 2012 and 2013; Closer to Home: Artists Re-consider the Local, East Street Arts, Leeds, 2012; Shadows Traces, Undercurrents Catherine Nash Gallery Minneapolis, 2012; Arts and Geographies Exhibition, Lyon, 2013; Landscape, Art and Uncertainty Southampton City Art Gallery 2013-14; Plymouth University, 2014 and North Norfolk Nature Festival, Greshams, 2014.
Harriet and Judith are showing a small selection of drawings and poems from their Tributaries collaboration at Bank Street Arts, Sheffield from 6-28 June 2014.
The free Launch of the festival and Private View of the work takes place on 6 June from 6.00pm and will feature Geraldine Monk’s Midsummer Mummery directed by Alan Halsey. Please see invite attached.
You can book here for Harriet and Judith’s talk/reading about the Tributaries Collaboration on 13 June, 8.00-9.00pm — http://www.midsummerpoetryfestival.co.uk/events/harriet-tarlo-and-judith-tucker/