““Each shed is a treat in itself: cumulatively, they foster something of the wonderment that floats through childhood days of first discoveries”” ***** The Herald
A quiet and gentle haven in the hubbub of our busy lives, we bring you a short experience to celebrate the simple things in life. Lewis Gibson’s Lost in Words takes place in a garden shed, and will take you on a journey through a good book.
Lost in Words was originally created to be part of The Simple Things in Life, a series of five installations from five different artists created in garden sheds.
“Each shed is a treat in itself: cumulatively, they foster something of the wonderment that floats through childhood days of first discoveries.” ***** The Herald
Herald Angel Award Winner 2011
Funded by Arts Council England.
The Scotsman chose The Simple Things in Life as one of the Edinburgh Fringe highlights.
We asked a few of the artists we’re working with on The Simple Things in Life to talk about their creations, and tell us a bit about how they enjoyed Latitude. Hear what Chris Branch of The London Snorkelling Team, Lewis Gibson and Barnaby Stone had to say here...
Chris Branch of The London Snorkelling Team talks about their shed, The 2011 Annual Science Demonstration and Space Fête.
Lewis Gibson shows us around his shed, Lost in Words.
Barnaby Stone gives us an insight into his shed, Yes, but it's complicated.
Late night, with headphones, in completely utterly dark room, with some space to move. by Hofesh Shechter A sound installation for one...
Touring Listening Stations in 2013... In 2012 we created a series of 12 podcasts by artists and scientists, each exploring a...