Group exhibition exploring the sacramental, the sensual and the domestic: questioning the relationship between the liturgical and the improvised in our contemporary understanding of worship. The work will draw from images of washing up, food preparation and wastage, in an exploration of the weight and symbolism of the mundane and the domestic.
This project has been developed through on-going converstations within the artist network Morphē Arts, and includes artists from a range of backgrounds including design, textiles, music and visual art: graduates and students from the RCA, Goldsmiths and UAL.
Artists: Sarah White, Donna Matthews, Zannah Cooper, James David William Clarke, Alastair John Gordon, James Watts
This project received one of 12 Deptford X Fringe Mini-Bursaries.
www.sarahwhite.org.uk / @sarah_white16
www.alastairjohngordon.com / @alastair_gordon
www.jdwclarke.com / @jdwclarke
www.jamesgawatts.co.uk / @jamesgawatts
www.morphearts.org / @morphe_arts