Sunday, March 21, 2021

Text work 21321

 In celebrating World Poetry Day... I wrote... seeking yellow

Text work 21321, Caroline de Lannoy, 2021.

Caroline de Lannoy's text-based work depicts the tangible and intangible impact of words.





Thursday, March 18, 2021

Colour/Collage/Poetry exhibition

Colour/Collage/Poetry at the  Slade School of Fine Art,  UCL online event and exhibition: 


Caroline de Lannoy, Rhyming 4221, 2021











Tuesday, January 21, 2020

My Shade Of Pink

Caroline de Lannoy - My Shade of Pink’ - collaboration with Hoffmann-La Roche:      
Caroline de Lannoy has created distinct shades of pink to represent the different types of breast cancer. She has captured the thoughts, feelings, and emotions of three women living with breast cancer and translating them into three unique shades of pink. The concept is grounded in human interaction, emotion, and creative realization. Roche video ‘My Shade of Pink’ aims to reimagine the way the world thinks about the colour pink. 

Caroline de Lannoy’s commission for Roche is on view at ‘My Shade Of Pink’ Roche video campaign:




Friday, March 22, 2019

Colour and Poetry: A symposium at the Slade Research Centre UCL

Colour & Poetry: A Symposium at the Slade School of Fine Art celebrating both International Colour Day and World Poetry Day, through an exhibition of image and text based works, readings, performance/screenings and workshops by UCL staff and students.The symposium brings together well-established areas of research and expertise within the school, colour and text, building upon the Material Research Project, Discourse Project, Small Press Project, Slade Archive Project, and in the larger UCL community creating a platform for an interdisciplinary exchange of knowledge and ideas between art, science and industry.
Caroline de Lannoy

Caroline de Lannoy


Thursday, March 21, 2019

Colour and Poetry exhibition: The Nomenclature of Colours

Colour and Poetry: A Symposium takes place at the Slade Research Centre, Slade School of Fine Art, on 20 - 21 March to celebrate both International Colour Day and World Poetry Day. At the heart of the symposium is an exhibition, The Nomenclature of Colours (named after Werner's 1814 Nomenclature of Colours - a taxonomic guide to the colours of the natural world). Slade staff, students, alumni and guests have been invited to produce a single work with the title of the show being the theme for the work. The exhibition is curated by Jo Volley, Deputy Director (Projects), and Stephanie Nebbia, artist and TFAC Manager, ColArt. 
Caroline de Lannoy, acrylic on paper, 34.3 cm x 25.4 cm:

Caroline de Lannoy


Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Performance and Poetry Reading at the Slade Research Centre UCL

Caroline de Lannoy's work ‘Colour Tale’ is performed by Slade students at the Slade Research Centre, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT.
Colour and Poetry: A Symposium at the Slade Research Centre celebrating both International Colour Day and World Poetry Day, through an exhibition of image and text based works, readings, performances and screenings  by UCL staff and students.The symposium brings together well-established areas of research, building upon the Material Research Project, Discourse Project, Small Press Project, Slade Archive Project, and in the larger UCL community creating a platform for an interdisciplinary exchange of knowledge and ideas between art, science and industry.
Caroline de Lannoy's work ‘Colour Tale’ is performed by Slade students at the Slade Research Centre, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT.
Caroline de Lannoy

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Colour & Emotion exhibition at The Street Gallery, UCLH Arts and Heritage

uclh arts and heritage
Opening: 6.00pm-7.30pm Thursday 11th January 2018
Exhibition does: 12th January – 21st February 2018 
The Street Gallery, University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road , London NW1 2PG
www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/events/colour-and-emotion
Colour & Emotion is the outcome of an interdisciplinary and collaborative research project looking at colour, sensation and emotion and was funded by a UCL Grand Challenges: Human Wellbeing Award. It brought together artists, a human geographer, a speech and language therapist and a group of adults with acquired communication difficulties (aphasia) in a series of co-production workshops. The workshops explored how we can use colour to create a visual language for expressing feelings and emotions. The Colour and Emotion Toolkit was co-designed out of the workshops, and 5 prototypes of the toolkit were produced. Accompanying the toolkits is a publication, Colour & Emotion Manual, which provides instructions for using the complete toolkit, and can also be used independently. The broader aim of the research was to think through how colour can be used to establish a non-verbal approach to measuring well-being creatively.

Exhibiting artists: Malgorzata Bany, Jin Han Lee, Grace Hailstone, Thomas Jenkins, James Keith, Caroline de Lannoy, Stephanie Nebbia, Nir Segal, Lesley Sharpe, Estelle Thompson, Jo Volley and Rob Welch.

Caroline de Lannoy
Caroline de Lannoy '141217'