Jerwood Space until 18 August 2019, then touring.
Alongside Mark Corfield-Moore, Forest + Found, Lucie Gledhill and Tana West.
Supported by Jerwood Arts
“A new wall-based work composed of distinct ceramic objects and a risograph leaflet work designed and written by the artist. Both recognisable and abstract in form, discrete elements are brought together in one composition; taking the controversy over the mass felling of street trees in Sheffield and intertwining this with references to poetry, art, histories and news events. Together, these sources gesture towards the environmental – tree felling and revolution, growth and violence – and consider what happens when you place one thing in the context of another. The work uses ceramic techniques such as slipware, glazes and dendritic mochaware processes, with a focus on the colour green both in terms of its chemistry in ceramics and its wider social meanings.”
Jerwood Space exhibition guide
A catalogue containing an essay by curator and writer Elinor Morgan is available to buy in the exhibition.
Wall work, stoneware with dendritic and earthworm mochaware techniques, marbled slip, oxides, glazes, onglaze painting, gold.
Leaflet work, two colour risograph print on corona post consumer stock, unlimited edition.
Photography by Anna Arca