A pruny finger slips against wet tile. Greedy fingers digging into nostrils. Object dropping into mud (spoon, stone, body). Plop!
Lily German and Hannah Wilson seek to place hand built clay forms and paintings in compromising positions. Negotiating with narratives surrounding heaviness and the stuck. To sink is to submerge, to drop downwards.
S I N K will encourage a conversation between the figurative works and abstract clay forms, focusing on the physicality of the material.
Alongside the exhibition there will be free workshops run in the space. We would like to encourage a friendly space for conversation. Please see event for details and booking for the workshops.
Supported by Colfe’s School.
PV // 13th July 6 – 9pm
14th – 15th July 10 – 6pm
16th July 10 – 2pm