Author Archives: SallyK

Sally Kindberg’s online Swedenborg workshop (with live drawing)

Yesterday ran my first online Zoom-y workshop for Swedenborg House, preceded by a fab promotional video made by Jacob Cartwright.  Great to meet everyone and tell them briefly about polymath Swedenborg and some of the mysterious objects from Swedenborg House, … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg escapes to the seaside

There have been builders in the upstairs flat for the last three months, and they’re still there.  Every so often I’ve managed to escape dust clouds and noise to go to the seaside for a couple of days, and the … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s robots in Primrose Hill

On the afternoon of August 2nd, some of my robots took part in Primrose Hill Community Association’s Art Trail.  Having dusted them and wound them up, I activated them on the hour (or maybe they activated me) on my windowsill. … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s Hair workshop for the Horniman Museum

Last week I joined a group 0f adults taking part in the Horniman Museum’s Hair, Untold Stories project and ran a workshop with them, sharing images from my Hair book published by Walker Books… Hope to add some of the workshop participants’ drawings/comic … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s Unfinished Business …

Still working on my graphic memoir … slowly …

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HAIR cover appears in Korea

Following a rather convoluted path, the cover illustration of my HAIR book, published by Walker Books some years ago, just appeared (with the wrong caption btw) in a Korean Women Artists 2020 catalogue collection online catalogue. Thank you Professor Hojung Nam.

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Sally Kindberg and the importance of green spaces (part two)

Not far from where I live is a nature reserve.  Its meadow, currently full of wild sweet peas and wild geraniums, is a delight. There’s a beetle hotel there too, built by High Speed Rail in return for … access … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg and the importance of green spaces

The first place I visited when I was well enough after having the Corona virus was the Adelaide Community Garden, where I have a tiny square (3′ x 3′) of herbs – rosemary, Moroccan mint, thyme and hyssop, all planted … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s work in progress Unfinished Business

How do we make sense of the world when those we trust the most make us doubt what we experience ?  May contain levitation.  And fish. An unreliable memoir in comic strip form, about family secrets, shifting borders and questions of identity. … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s audio piece for the Royal Literary Fund

  ‘How I write’ is a recent audio piece for the Royal Literary Fund’s Vox series, talking about the importance of keeping notebooks Making visual or written notes is an essential part of my work practice. These days overhearing interesting snippets … Continue reading

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