Radical Craft: on tour 2016-2017

Linda bell hanging frame

On tour UK wide: 25 June 2016 – 5 November 2017

11 February  – 26 March 2017
Tullie House Museum and Art gallery, Castle Street, Carlisle CA3 8TP
Admission: £3.30 Adults/£2 Children

8 April – 10 June 2017
The Barony Centre , 50 Main Street, West Kilbride, KA23 9A

24 June – 2 September 2017
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, Wales SY23 3DE

ActionSpace is delighted that ActionSpace Artists Andrew Omoding, Linda Bell, Nnena Kalu and Lasmin Salmon will be part of the Radical Craft exhibition opening at Pallant House Gallery on 12 March and then touring UK-wide. ActionSpace will take part in workshops and discussions during the exhibition.

Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making is a Craftspace and Outside In exhibition that will tour the UK in 2016, celebrating creativity by self-taught artists from across the UK and abroad who make work in a private domain outside the mainstream.

Nenka Kalu cocoon

“I particularly admired the baffling but beautiful work made by Nnena Kalu, who like Judith Scott, obsessively wraps and binds her pieces until they resemble large and often colourful cocoons. Part of the attraction of Kalu’s sculptures are that they, almost uniquely here, appear to have no narrative at all; they are pure form”   Marcus Field – Crafts Magazine

 

Click here for a full tour schedule of Radical Craft.


Action research project with Andrew Omoding
The exhibition will feature the findings of an action research project that took place with ActionSpace Artist Andrew Omoding, observed by Professor Trevor Marchand. The project was initiated by Craftspace.
Read more about the project.

Selected ActionSpace Artists
Work by Linda Bell, Nnena Kalu, and Lasmin Salmon has been selected and will be featured in the exhibition.

Artwork: Hanging sculpture by Linda Bell 
                Sculpture by Nneka Kalu 

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