Artist Talk – Rebecca Griffiths



Venue details
All Saints Church, ST1 3HH
Additional information

Free on-site parking, entrance is off Leek Road.

Rebecca Griffiths

Rebecca Griffiths is a London-based artist who uses clay to wrestle with the structures of the designed world and explore notions of time, ambiguity and growth. Industrial forms, miscellaneous tools and structures are designed and constructed in clay before becoming subject to instability and flux.

Griffiths was awarded the 2022-2023 Red House Residency supported by the Royal Society of sculptors and Britten Pears Arts. Recent exhibitions include Small is Beautiful, Flowers Gallery, London, 2022; Royal Academy of Arts summer show, London 2022; Drawing boundaries, Gerald Moore Gallery, London, 2022; ME2U: A collective Manifesto, Nunnery Gallery, London, 2022.

Visit Rebecca Griffiths’ website.



Artist Talks

During the 2023 British Ceramic Biennial you will have the chance to meet, ask questions and hear from some of the talented artists exhibiting with us this year. The Artist Talks will provide a unique insight into the work and careers of some of the artists and the work they have created especially for the 2023 Biennial.

Each talk will be 30 minutes, followed by a 15-minute Q&A. They will all take place in All Saints Church. Ticket fees are pay-what-you-can.

We will record each Artist Talk and publish them on our website over the coming months.