I'm starting a new creative writing project for GCSE next week and am going to experiment with the artist, Tessa Farmer. She has created a truly monstrous exhibition that I hope will really capture the students minds - we'll be spending some time creating a broader plot surrounding her exhibition and they will each write a chapter of their choice for their coursework. However, I'm not particularly knowledgeable about gothics - I would like to study a section of one to help in the development of their writing skills. So, would you care to browse the following pictures for an idea of the exhibition and tell me if it strikes chord with a particular novel? Tessa Farmer's Swarm Cheers!