Louisa Love is a Dover-born contemporary artist with a varied and multilayered practice encompassing sculpture, installation, writing, research, curation and collaborative activity. She is interested in the nature of the artistic process and the multiple ways in which knowledge is generated, exchanged and negotiated creatively. Working experimentally (and often collaboratively), she continually seeks to shift and test her practice to investigate the complex relationships between making, researching, thinking and presenting.
Since graduating from University for the Creative Arts with her BA in Fine Art in 2013, Louisa has been extending her studio-focused practice into the public realm through various collaborative/curatorial projects, exhibitions, pedagogic programmes and socially engaged activity. From September 2013 – April 2015 she was a member of Collaborative Research Group, a post-academic research and education programme, and has worked as Artist in Residence and Interregional Co-ordinator at UCA Canterbury.
- Let’s get together
- DAD @ SALT
- a tangible reminder, a souvenir, of the collaborative work ‘Weathertime’.
- A brilliant night
- Weathertime Premiere
- INSPIRATION = DOVER: preparing for the exhibition
- DAD launches Colouring Book
- Louisa Love at the Kent Miners’ Festival
- Kent Miner’s Festival drawing event
- Visiting East Kent Railway
- Joined-up artists getting into the swing of things
- DAD4DADS 6 WAYS 2 WELLBEING final event
- Artists’ networking evening
- Louisa Love’s first visit to Aylesham heritage centre
- Nautical Threads project film
- Louisa Love helping with lantern making at St Richards
- More fabulous drawing workshops
- New Year starts with a workshop with Tania
- Big paintings using projection: workshops with Tania McCormack
- Collaborative Research Group visit DAD in Dover
- More concrete poetry workshops with Dan Simpson