Powell-Cotton Museum

No Interdependent Origins

No Interdependent Origins is the second part of Interbeing, an ambitious ceramic and sound art project between the UK and China taking place throughout 2021 produced by The Ceramic House.

Exhibitions

Event Details

Category

Exhibitions

Event Starts

Aug 24, 2021

Event Ends

Oct 31, 2021

Venue

Powell-Cotton Museum

Location

Quex Park, Birchington-on-Sea

About

The Ceramic House is working in partnership with the Powell-Cotton Museum to present No Interdependent Origins, the second part of Interbeing, an ambitious ceramic and sound art project connecting British and Chinese artists taking place throughout 2021. Ceramic artists from Hong Kong, Annie Wan and Lau Yat Wai, collaborated over the summer remotely with UK artists working in sound, Emily Peasgood and Dan Thompson to create site-specific installations in response to both the permanent collection in the museum and its setting at the historic Quex House. The works will also be viewable on The Ceramic House website. https://www.theceramichouse.co.uk/interbeing/

Please note that apart from the special event days listed below, it is necessary to make an appointment to view the exhibition – enquire here.

 

Tickets here for special event days outside of the 27th August which is free entry

 

For more information visit theceramichouse.co.uk/interbeing-no-interdependent-origins

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