Sua abordagem sensível ao material foi exemplar. Sua atenção aos detalhes foi extraordinária. No teatro, elas até projetaram uma tradução em inglês para mim. Sinto que elas podem ter melhorado certos aspectos das metáforas visuais de “Desconstruindo Una” no processo de transformação em performance.
Uma tradução deste blog está aqui. Obrigada a Carol de Assis. It’s odd that it took a trip to the theatre for me to really notice her. After all, she’s… Read more Dedicated to all the others: a play. →
Update alert! I’ll be running for charity on July 14th. Leeds Women’s Aid. It’s just a Fun Run (5k) but it’s my first ever race and I’d like you to… Read more Run for your life →
Here’s the spark to light the fire Here’s the rope to haul the sail Here’s the coal to feed the engine Here’s the strength to build the rail True North,… Read more True North →
On my bedroom wall sits an apparently unremarkable photograph. A fragment of a larger photo-collage, it blends with all the other family snapshots scattered in plain, wooden frames around… Read more Marking an important 20 year anniversary →
Una works in a shed at the bottom of her garden but likes to emerge from time to time, so is always happy to hear from potential commissioners. She has wide experience in community teaching and in more formal lecturing in HE and is available to deliver workshops and talks in person and online. She is currently a visiting scholar at the Oxford Centre for Life Writing, Wolfson College, Oxford. Books: Becoming Unbecoming (2015) Myriad Editions, On Sanity: One Day In Two Lives (2016) Self published, Cree (2018) Mayfly Press/Durham Book Festival, Eve (2021)… Read more About Una/Contact form →
I’m lucky enough to have been invited on to Woman’s Hour twice. The first time, in October 2015 I was interviewed by the lovely Jenni Murray about Becoming/Unbecoming. Jenni put me totally at ease, even though I was so nervous I thought I’d forgotten how to speak! The second time in November 2015, I drew along with the studio conversation. The drawings were then tweeted by BBC radio 4 crew. I had been asked to make drawings in response to a studio discussion about what people looked like as… Read more BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour live drawing →
It’s been a few years since I’ve worked as an artist with groups of people that funding bodies like to refer to as ‘communities’ and it was such a pleasure… Read more On Sanity: A Book, a zine, a project. →