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Four artists - Holly Corfield Carr, Megan Randall, Monica Patuszynska and Stephen Dixon - have been commissioned to make their personal responses to the original Spode factory site. Each bring a very different perspective on its impact.
Phoebe Cummings, winner of the AWARD prize in 2011, has also been specially commissioned by BCB to create a large-scale installation based on a 19th century Spode plate design, which will be a major feature of EXPLORING SPODE.
And nine ceramicists from the Crafts Council’s Hothouse Programme will collaborate by creating individual site-specific works which visitors will encounter as a unified group using a specially designed map. The Hothouse artists are: Grant Aston, Jane Cairns, Miche Follano, Fay Jenkinson, Anne Laycock, Kim Norton, Naomi Robinson, Jill Shaddock, Keith Varney.
Admission is free.