Venue: Studio 20/17 Project Space
Place can refer to a special geographical place, where you were born, where your ancestors are from, or where formative years were spent.
Belonging to a ‘place’ and a sense of authentic human attachment is a universal human trait.
It can refer to a home, studio or a space that nurtures creativity: fostering experiments, successes and failures. Or ‘place’ can allude to your status in society and the hierarchy of circumstance.
The ‘There is no there there’ exhibition features delicate enamel jewellery, miniature figurative sculptures, ceramic pendants and contoured clay forms.
Artists Graeme Bannerman, Matina Bourmas and Zara Collins have created work which reflects personal interpretations of ‘place’ within their individual art practices.
Celebratory drinks: Wednesday 4 October 6-8pm