Art in Mind traces Luke Jerram's research and practice during the last ten years, focusing on his investigations and experiments into the creation of artwork for the edges of perception.
Rather than a concise chronological history of his work, Art in Mind is an accessible discourse that through anecdote, observation and journal provides a fresh and intimate insight of the artist and his process.
Unveiling his own dreams and visions in works such as Retinal Memory Volume and Sky Orchestra, the artist goes on to explore dream space itself as a territory for making art in the ream Director.
Contributors: Dr Chris Alford, Gina Czarnecki, Dan Jones, Amanda McDonald Cowley, Dr Tom Rice and Juliet Rix.
Watershed Media Arts Centre, Bristol, 2008, 112 pages, full colour images throughout, 17cm x 24cm.
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