Ceramics as a time-based medium is the subject under consideration in Phoebe Cummings’ new exhibition.

One of the UK’s most well-regarded ceramic artists, Phoebe is using her show to investigate the multiple ways in which transient sculpture might be recorded, both individually and collectively.

A new work in raw clay will evolve during the course of the exhibition, while the gallery space itself will operate as a site of live production and research, the public being invited to participate in the process of recording the changing work.

The sculpture will then be recycled and the clay used in future works.

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