Wysing Arts Contemporary 'Slipped'

4 Dec 2011 – 22 Jan 2012

Event times

12-5pm daily

Wysing Arts Centre

Cambridge, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • 18 or 18A from City Centre to Bourn
  • BR Cambridge Station ( 8 miles)

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Wysing Arts Contemporary: Slipped is an exhibition of work for sale produced by artists who have taken part in recent residencies and retreats at Wysing, and those we are building new relationships with. Much of the work has been created in Wysing's on-site ceramics studio especially for the exhibition. Artists in Slipped include: Aaron Angell, Caroline Achaintre, Lucy Conochie, Coco Crampton, Simon Davenport, Mark Essen, Lawrence Leaman, Giles Round, The Grantchester Pottery, Phil Root and Jesse Wine. The Grantchester Pottery (a new initiative created by Phil Root and Giles Round during Wysing residencies), looks at the legacy of artist communities of the twentieth century and draws on historical precedents such as Roger Fry's Omega Workshop in order to create and commission new work. Aaron Angell's sculptural approach to ceramics draws on some of the overlooked histories of rural folk arts and crafts. Coco Crampton creates works that explore the potentials of mass-production and cottage industries without hierarchy.


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