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Wales/Germany

Concepts of boundaries/non-boundaries, seeking out spaces that could be defined as ‘inside’, but allowing activities of the outside to take place, fascinate me. I am interested in the ‘fabric of gaps’ and see-through
openings, the specific meanings of the spaces in-between. I am used to forever crossing, from one country to the other, from one language to the other.

My research for Heat Exchange 2 took me to Northern Italy, walking and recording the arcaded streets of Milan, Bologna, Padua and Venice. Arcades are active spaces, where movement takes place and light and dark interact. It is a permeable boundary, a place of edges and crossings.

 

  • Beate Gegenwart

    Wales/Germany Concepts of boundaries/non-boundaries, seeking out spaces that could be defined as ‘inside’, but allowing activities of the outside to take place, fascinate me. I am interested in the ‘fabric of gaps’ and see-through openings, the specific meanings of the… Read More

  • Susie Ganch

    USA I use pre-enamelled sheet steel: form it, solder it, and create simple forms that reveal the life cycle of the resulting piece. They are intentionally raw, their surfaces containing hundreds, thousands of little cracks. Solder and flux are left… Read More

  • Cathy Fairgrieve

    Wales/UK During the last four years Cath Fairgrieve and Andy Griffiths have independently experimented with vitreous enamel on iron. For Heat Exchange 2 they collaborated on a project that combines Cath’s interest in history and layering processes with Andy’s casting… Read More

  • Bettina Dittelmann

    Germany Walking in the woods I found a lot of old enamelled pots formerly used by the farmers, then disposed, dumped and given back to nature. They are deformed, rusted, broken, torn. Objects of everyday life. Decay makes the form… Read More

  • Susan Cross

    Scotland/UK “In 2014 I was invited to give a presentation to the Friends of the National Galleries, Edinburgh. My chosen theme was to research into 16th & 17th century jewellery in historical portraiture; examining its status, significance & symbolism. What… Read More

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