An exhibition of drawings and paintings by young artist Lizzie Hingley. Her work created through simple materials and techniques but through bucket loads of patience and dedication. Come and be mesmerized by her swirling patterns.
Weaving Worlds is an art project bringing together children with multi-sensory impairment, their siblings and families: supported by Sense.
Working with artist Sam Haynes we produced an art display based on the woven pieces created at Sense family days across the country. The accompanying film incorporates images of finished woven objects and snippets of children’s hands weaving. This exhibition will encourage people to get interactive to pick up pieces and add them to the weaving.
On Saturday 18th May 1pm-4pm there will be a family day and people are encouraged to come together with family and friends and add to the weaving alongside artist Sam Hayes.
CHAIR – A life backwards
This immersive installation will be taking place across the site with the narrative of CHAIRin hidden places where visitors will unexpectedly come across audio, image and artefact.
Sculptor Dot Young, composer and sound designer Gregg Fisher and photographer Pavel Legonkov come together to explore the aural waste produced in the manufacture of an oak chair. Tracing the object from furniture back to forest the visitor will be taken on a journey through physical and temporal space. The project makes comment on economy and environment and considers the impact of globalisation.
All Saturday events throughout June are free and open to all.