- Julian Walker
- I lead workshops at the British Library, on literature, language, art, history, and the culture of the book; and teach the history of printing at other institutions. I research language usage during the First World War, and lead the Languages and the First World War project. Author of Discovering Words, Discovering Words in the Kitchen, Evolving English Explored, Team Talk - sporting words & their origins, Trench Talk - the Language of the First World War (with Peter Doyle); How to Cure the Plague; The Finishing Touch; and Words and the First World War. As an artist I work in performance, public engagement, and intervention using drawing, curating, text, changing things and embroidery.
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Because there has been some difficulty in accessing JWalkerwords (1) I am reposting some images of recent work:
As If, at Nymans, photograph by Sussie Ahlburg.
Undoing previous work on an antique antimacassar prior to applying new embroidery.
I Don't Want To Lose You in place at Nymans
Some new interventionist embroidery