In 2018, Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer returned for a second year. We returned with a lineup of 19 artists with a strong focus on presenting emerging sculptors alongside more established names.
In 2018, Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer returned for a second year. We returned with a lineup of 19 artists with a strong focus on presenting emerging sculptors alongside more established names. Once again, several of the artists responded directly to the setting making site-specific, and in some cases, interactive pieces for us including Evy Jokhova’s badminton net and Amanda Moström’s bronze tree swing. This year the exhibition continued to evolve throughout the course of the summer. In June, we launched two special projects. The first was a partnership with the Royal Society of Sculptors; we were delighted to host the Spotlight Award at Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer for the first time. 2018’s year’s winner, Marco Miehling, created a solo presentation in a cleared area of woodland. Launched at the same time were the first Fulmer Gardens Commission, The Potting Shed by Collective Matter, a new multi-purpose creative space and installation artwork structure in the woodland which will be used for artist projects as well as for educational and peer support program, artist talks and other events. This was the first step in our planned continuing development of artist support infrastructure at Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer.
Featured artists: Claire Baily, James Balmforth, BASK, Clare Burnett, James Capper, Cedric Christie, Adeline de Monseignat, Heywood & Condie, Alex Hoda, Evy Jokhova, Amanda Moström, Will Nash, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Sam Shendi, Amy Stephens, Jack West, Julian Wild, David Worthington.