And then it wept, attracting fragments with which it eventually glittered brings together translucent sculptures and paintings, quilted objects, embroidered works and spoken word.
The materials used such as tissue, paper towels, nets, glue and ink have the potential to tear, seep and break.
This fragility and the resulting accidents are left exposed, creating space for new ways of being in the world.
The sculptural objects, linked through an exploratory, gestural and hand-made process, have grown together to form a site-responsive story.
Lucy Bird is an artist working with sculpture and spoken word performance. Graduated with an MA in sculpture from the Royal College of Art, she has exhibited at The National Poetry Library Southbank Centre, been published by Pilot Press, and commissioned by UN Women UK. She currently lives and works in London.
Audrey Roger is a visual mixed media artist based in London. She graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in sculpture. Her work is regularly shown in national galleries and institutions and in recent years she has had work selected and exhibited at the Dorich House Museum, Southwark Park Galleries, Flat Time House and the Embassy of Brazil. She was the recipient of the Derek Hill Foundation grant, the Coats Foundation Trust Funding Award, the YLCE grant and was shortlisted for the VIA Arts Prize.