How do we remember the past and commit moments to
memory? This is one of the questions that artist Alice Anderson
addresses in her latest exhibition Memory Movement Memory
Objects. Her beautiful and uncanny sculptures prompt you
to rediscover things you thought you already knew.
Visitors can spend time mummifying objects with copper wire
in ‘The Studio’, the first of five areas within the gallery, in a
performance that is at once meditative and communal.
Both the making and display of works interrogate how we create,
record and transform the past and how we imagine the future.