Opening reception Saturday 21 May, 2-5pm
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For the 6th Edition of Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer we once again present a Spring to Autumn survey exhibition highlighting the work of exceptional contemporary sculptors, from emerging talents to more established names. As with each year, we work with a few artists to develop their first outdoor works as well as working closely with all of the sculptors, encouraging them to challenge the preconceptions of sculpture in the landscape. This year we have artists working across media and disciplines, from the familiar to the surprising, conceptual works and even painting.
Featuring work by Matt Ager, Adam Buick, Josephine Chime, Matthew Darbyshire, Jean-Philippe Dordolo, Tim Ellis, James Fuller, Anna Gonzalez Noguchi, Emma Hart, Yeni Mao, Marco Miehling, Paul de Monchaux, David Murphy, Ryan Orme, Milly Peck, Barry Reigate, Jakob Rowlinson, Andrew Sabin, Daniel Solomons, Gavin Turk, Rosie Grace Ward & Grace Woodcock.
Nisha Duggal will be running at drop-in ceramics workshop at The Potting Shed. Nisha explores expressions of freedom in the everyday. She is interested in the transformative qualities of making and doing, engineering situations that uncover deep-seated primitive impulses to connect. Participants will be invited to craft phones out of clay, while sharing stories about communication and technology. The sessions will be filmed and the footage developed into a new moving image work.