Darwin's Thinking Path

The Thinking path was the name Darwin's family gave to the daily walk he took around his home in Kent. During these wanderings the scientist would ponder and develop his ideas and theories. In 2001, Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery commissioned artist Shirley Chubb to respond to Darwin's life and work. With a series of museum objects as inspiration she used video and photography to create a body of work under the title Thinking Path. This website takes the visitor beyond the exhibition currently touring museums and galleries in the UK, providing unique insight into the artist's practice, as well as a substantial guide to her work and a video walk around her Thinking Path.


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