Category Archives: Exhibitions

Natural Flux, Concrete and Bonsai

Natural Flux was a show held at Brick Lane Gallery in November 2013, conceived and curated by bonsai artist Peter Warren, who is based in London. The aim of the show was to exhibit bonsai trees, as a contemporary art … Continue reading

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The Art of Encounter & Mono-ha, Lee Ufan at Versailles

Throughout history the act of connecting with space has influenced the physical and psychological development of man in all cultures. The phenomenologist Maurice Merleau-Ponty in his book ‘The Phenomenology of Perception’, claimed that an understanding of one’s environment enables a … Continue reading

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Total Fabrication: bringing making to the gallery

There is something special about working directly with raw materials and using hands on making processes.  This contact enables the maker to build a deep understanding of the nature of the material they are working with, which, opens up many … Continue reading

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‘Folding Shadows’, light, ceramics & paper at Udatsu Museum, Echizen, Japan

Inspired by Japanese architecture, I created a series of ceramic objects that captured the spirit of Japanese space and the way that light can enter a space, while working in Japan.  I exhibited the work in galleries in Kyoto and … Continue reading

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Naoshima Paradise – Part 3, Chichu Art Museum – 地中美術館、直島

Ando Tadao’s Chichu Art Museum, completed in 2004, is located in a site of incredible natural beauty next to the Seto Inland Sea, Japan.  The museum is built entirely underground so that it doesn’t interfere with the surrounding environment and … Continue reading

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design is a state of mind, Martino Gamper – Serpentine Sackler Gallery

This inspiring show has luckily been extended to 18 May, so there is still time to catch it! The exhibition was curated by designer Martino Gamper and presents a landscape of inventive shelving systems, some of which hold interesting collections … Continue reading

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Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined, Royal Academy of Arts, London

‘Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined’ is an incredibly engaging exhibition curated by Kate Goodwin, showing at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, until 6th April.  Seven international architectural practices from 4 continents were invited to transform the gallery spaces at the … Continue reading

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