‘The Egg, the Womb, the Head and the Moon’ collaborative blog (2013-2014)
The egg, the womb, the head and the moon was an online, interdisciplinary, collaborative arts project that lasted for nine months (42 weeks)–a time frame that purposefully mirrors that of the duration of pregnancy. The site contains moving and powerful art and texts by artists, performers, photographers, academics and poets exploring a diverse range of subjects about the maternal. At the end of the 42 weeks (May 2014) a celebratory exhibition was held at The Artsmill Gallery in Hebden Bridge.
Image for Miscarriage Letter post
I am contributing to the egg, the womb, the head and the moon blog and I have written on a variety of topics ranging from miscarriage through swaying and Xmas to birth story of James Benjamin Anderson.
List of my posts so far:
One More Baby…
12 Week Scan Becomes 13 Week Scan
Pink Sway turned out Blue
2007 t0 2013
First Xmas in Anfield
Looking Back at 2013
Birth Story: James Benjmin Anderson, 10.01.2014, 4:15am
Sid pushing James
100 Days with James