Exhibitions 2016

Landscape : Islands
AOH May 2016

Vernissage Landscape Islands

Our inaugural exhibition Landscape : Islands opens as part of Artists Open Houses at Brighton Festival in May 2016 and features 10 ceramic artists who live on islands and make work in response to landscape. The show features work by Paul ScottDelfina EmmanuelCarolyn GendersCharlotte ThorupOwen QuinlanPatricia Shone, Anne-Marie JacobsJohn JacobsAndrew ApplebyKay Aplin & Ingibjörg Guðmundsdóttir.

The exhibition is accompanied by a series of sound art and improvised music performances, co-produced with the Aural Detritus Concert Series, featuring Brambling (Paul Khimasia Morgan and Dan Powell), Joseph Young and Steve Beresford & Blanca Regina.

 

 


Landscape : Islands (Residency)
Brighton Digital Festival 2016, Phoenix Brighton

The Landscape : Islands projectPV Landscape Islands September Email continues with an exhibition of the results of our first ever international collaborative residency programme at Phoenix Brighton, which brings together sound and ceramic artists to work alongside each other to create a new body of work in response to a set theme. In this case, an exploration of landscape and cultural identity. The invited artist duos are Anne Lykke (Denmark – ceramics) & Mike Blow (UK – sound) and Ingibjörg Guðmundsdóttir (Iceland – ceramics) & Iris Garrelfs (UK/Germany – sound).

The ceramic artists are staying at The Ceramic House for a month and are leading the creative process, partly due to the practicalities of the ceramic making process which is labour and time-intensive, whereas sound making is more ephemeral and can adapt itself to many different contexts. The sound artists are therefore visiting the ceramics studio on a regular basis and responding to the work-in-progress as it develops. The exhibition will open on Sept 1st at Phoenix Brighton.


In A Shetland Landscape
Brighton Digital Festival 2016

In a Shetland Landscape

‘In A Shetland Landscape’ was created during a month-long residency at Scalloway Booth in the Shetland Isles by Joseph Young (sound) and Kay Aplin (ceramics) and premiered at Shetland Museum in April 2016. The work of Aplin and Young sets the context for the rest of Landscape : Islands project, offering their collaboration as a model for further craft/digital investigations.

This version of the work at In Camera is adapted to the demands of the smaller space. An album of soundscapes has been released as a digital download by Green Field Recordings and will be available on CD as part of the catalogue, published on Sept 16th

The exhibition launches with performances on Sept 2nd.