Industrialised: Art in Manufacturing in the Gallery
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International artists uncover the humanity, brutality and ingenuity of factory production in a rare gathering of work exploring mankind and manu-facturing in INDUSTRIALISED. Featuring work unexhibited in the UK to date and providing a rare, multi-disciplinary view of the making industries, mass production, the human contribution to manufacturing and the physical impacts of factory making on our landscape. Ceramic pieces resulting from a 2016 collaboration between André Stitt and Chrisoula Konstantakou, titled: The Skelmers-dale Ceramic Collection recalls a jet age era of hope and civic reengineering in England, drawing on a series of 1960s under-pass reliefs in the Lancashire ‘new town’, created by then-resident artist, Mike Cumiskey. Taking patterns from the surviving, original public artworks, Stitt and Chrisoula’s suite of handmade and digital laser etched sculptures immortalise Cumiskey’s vulnerable original.
Stitt, A. (2019) 'Industrialised: Art in Manufacturing in the Gallery' [Exhibition]. Blackburn: Blackburn Art Gallery. 15th June - 15th September.
Group exhibition held at Blackburn Art Gallery, Blackburn 15th March - 15th September 2019.
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