Amber Stucke

Amber Stucke

Amber Stucke is an interdisciplinary artist, writer and naturalist. Through drawings, interactive installations, artist books and prints, she connects the strong detail in her work to ideas within artistic research as-well-as to dialogues between art, science and imagination. Stucke received her MFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and has also had additional studies at Goldsmith’s College in London and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her thesis titled Embodying Symbiosis: A Philosophy of Mind in Drawing is published in an international academic journal: Consciousness, Literature and the Arts. Her work is represented at Electric Works Gallery in San Francisco and is a participating artist in the Based On Drawing Center, Satellite Berlin in Berlin, Germany.

Sparrow Come Home

Sparrow Come Back Home

Sparrow Come Back Home, Carmel Buckley and Mark Harris’ exhibition at the ICA, examines a reflective side of the display of archive as monument. Taking place in the Fox Reading…

Gemma Anderson - Isomorphology

Isomorphology

For interdisciplinary artist Gemma Anderson, drawing is a mode of knowing and seeing. While drawing is often understood in terms of isolated observation, by sharing the process with a community,…

Amber Stucke, chanterelles

The Undomesticated Chanterelle

The Cantharellus cibarius, most commonly known as chanterelle, is one of the most celebrated wild edible mushroom in the world. You would think by now that this prized fungus, which…

Laura Cinti

The Sensorial Invisibility of Plants

Laura Cinti’s work stretches the boundaries of our understanding of plant behaviour. Cinti is best known as an artist who works with biology, and, in addition to her own practice,…