Dewar's Lane Granary Gallery
2nd Floor Berwick YHA
Off Bridge Street
Above image: MeMeTotem, 2013, Adam Nathaniel Furman. Photo: Adam Nathaniel Furman.
Space Craft: Architecture meets making explores the relationship between making and our built environment. The exhibition presents work by makers who are inspired by architecture, and by architects that are deeply connected to making; the exhibition brings together two disciplines that are often considered separate.
It includes work (from the Crafts Council Collection) by celebrated ceramicist Edmund de Waal, willow sculptures by Laura Ellen Bacon, vibrant 3D-printed ceramics by Adam Nathaniel Furman, and a film of an entire cityscape made of wood and inspired by Grimms’ fairy tales by FleaFollyArchitects.
|Space Craft: Architecture meets making takes place at...|
|Dewar's Lane Granary Gallery, Berwick-upon-Tweed (Museums and galleries)|
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Free admission (donations welcome.)
Exhibition open Wed-Sun 11am-5pm (Closed Mon & Tues).
Exhibition open Wed-Sun 11am-5pm (closed Mondays and Tuesdays.)
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