07.14 | LDN | Flora Bowden

Using art to explain experience

Fascinated by how our experiences of environments change over time, Flora unpicks the relationship between people and places in contemporary culture. Speaking about her work on sustainability with the RCA, you’ll be treated to a demonstration of how she’s used art to help people explain how they experience the world around them.



The Rising Interview 

Where are you right now?

At home.

Where do you go when you need inspiration? 

For a walk.

Idleness. A gift or curse? 

A curse. I like being busy.

To Bitcoin, or not to Bitcoin? 


Liberal Democracy or Democratic Liberalism? 

Liberal Democracy

Carpe Diem or nosce te ipsum (know thyself)?


Last app opened? 


Last book read?

I'm currently reading The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert.

Favourite Album?

It changes all the time.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?

'Don't get a tattoo, you wouldn't wear the same pair of jeans every day for the rest of your life.' From my dad.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever bestowed?

You can do it.

If you could be anywhere, where would it be? 

At home.

If you could be remembered for one thing, what would it be?

Something I haven't done yet.