“The Mourning Stone Project began without me knowing it. I picked up the stone – a narrow speckled flint on a Sussex beach on September 7th 2014. It was where my sisters and I had lain together, floating in a calm sea, immediately after the death of our Father. I held that stone in my hand, buoyed by the water that had shaped and worn it. The stone held me, and fitted my hand as if I had squeezed it that way. This was the beginning of an ongoing series of artworks that engages walking, ritual and making amidst the material and agency of landscape.” – Jane Fox
Jane Fox has a hybrid arts practice that embraces drawing, print and installation. Collaborative process lies at the heart of her activity and ranges from installation works made alongside others to poetic exchange with found material. Fox has exhibited in London and the South East, is a member of InkSpot Press and has a studio at Phoenix, Brighton. Fox is an experienced facilitator who has worked in a wide range of educational and community settings, including Rocket Artists Inclusive Studio, and is Senior Lecturer on the Fine Art Printmaking course in the School of Arts and Media at the University of Brighton.
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