ceramics in the expanded field

I went to an interesting talk about ceramics in the expanded field at the CAA in Percy Street, London, last week.

There’s two really great essays on their website too. James Puttnam gives a fantastically succinct introduction to museum interventions in the US & UK (there’s a lot more in his book Art and artifact: the museum as medium).

Alun Graves writes about his experience of inviting contemporary makers into museums in London. I was involved in one of these (the image below shows me on the scaffolding on the left). picture of scaffolding and installation of red ring and pots at the V&A museum, London

I’m going back to the CAA for Tea with a Twist on 7th June 2012, 4pm, where I’m taking some of my own pots to talk about. Join us there if you can – we’ll be going on to the Harrow Degree show at the Rag Factory in Whitechapel for their opening.

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