“One of the basic human requirements is the need to dwell, and one of the central human acts is the act of inhabiting, of connecting ourselves, however temporarily, with a place on the planet which belongs to us and to which we belong” Moore, 2001
Louise Kenward is a visual artist, psychologist and writer based in the UK. She has an MA in Fine Art from The Cass School of Art, London Metropolitan University. Living on the south coast, much of her work connects with the sea, her practice motivated by attempts to make sense of the world around her. Often working in disused, transitional and temporary places, Louise is interested in the overlaps between internal and external landscapes. Her writing is a way of bringing together threads of personal narrative, visual art and psychotherapy practice. With an interest in the ‘betwixt and between’, her work explores the physical spaces we inhabit and the mental spaces we dwell.