Award films 2023 – Nicola Tassie (BSL interpreted)
Boundary End by Nicola Tassie questions the ideas of the spaces we inhabit and the boundaries that are enforced on people and communities.
Award films 2023 – Jasmine Simpson (BSL interpreted)
There are devils in my house by Jasmine Simpson is inspired by 16th Century Hellmouth fireplaces which featured ceramic sculptures of little devils.
Award films 2023 – Mella Shaw (BSL interpreted)
Sounding Line by Mella Shaw focuses on the overuse of marine sonar which is having a devastating effect on deep-diving whale species.
Award films 2023 – Carrie Reichardt (BSL interpreted)
Mad in Stoke by Carrie Reichardt is a 1969 Ford Zodiac car covered in mosaic tiles inspired by Stoke-on-Trent’s rich and radical nightlife history.
Award films 2023 – Elspeth Owen (BSL interpreted)
Beyond Repair by Elspeth Owen addresses the fragility of clay and our desire to mend it when it breaks.
Award films 2023 – Dan Kelly (BSL interpreted)
Looking North by Dan Kelly is a series of pots which represents a deeply personal view of London, an ever-changing city.
Award films 2023 – Rebecca Griffiths (BSL interpreted)
OUTAGE by Rebecca Griffiths imagines a future landscape in which remnants of the nuclear power industry have been dredged from the North Sea.
Award films 2023 – Copper Sounds (BSL interpreted)
Sequenced Ceramics by artistic duo Copper Sounds is an intimate sonic installation in which ceramics are played by mechanical beaters.
Award films 2023 – Rebecca Appleby (BSL interpreted)
Gaia by Rebecca Appleby is her interpretation of the theory that everything is connected.
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