Queering the Landscape

During the Ad Minoliti exhibition at Tate St Ives, we were invited to lead a session in the ‘Feminist School of Painting’. 

We decided to run a workshop called ‘Queering the Landscape’ looking in depth at the artwork of some Lamorna Artists from Cornwall and how their landscape art can be read through a queer lens.

We explored the artwork of Constructivist Marlow Moss, Painter Gluck and Artist and Occultist Ithel Colquhoun. 

We partnered with the Artist Elliot Kenton who delivered a creative art lesson based around the semiotics of queering the landscape.