A Song Cycle for the Ruins of a Psychiatric Unit at Danielle Arnaud, 2017

Review in This is Tomorrow by Rowan Lear

Review in Studio International by Henry Broome





Research for Absolute Pitch and Composition for a Low Tide with Gloucester Cathedral choristers. A forthcoming Whitstable Biennale/ ICIA commission - Louisa Fairclough 2014 (photo Milo Newman)

Chorister Edward at Gloucester Cathedral pictures a colour in his mind’s eye as he sings (photo Milo Newman). Research for Absolute Pitch, 2014

Absolute Pitch and Compositions for a Low Tide at Whitstable Biennale, 2014

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I wish I could be a stone – an essay by Gina Buenfeld-Murley, Exhibitions Curator, Camden Art Centre





Bore Song shown as part of GROUND TRUTH at Danielle Arnaud, 2011

Cherry Smyth / Ground Truth

15 | Unstuffed

Unstuffed (2011), Louisa Fairclough

Louisa Fairclough: Recent Drawings. Essay by Colin Glenn