Exhibition runs 5-12 December, 11am-6pm, with projections every evening 5-6pm
Lucy Dukes, Joana Viveiros, Jim Carter
Granary Gallery (opposite The Green Table), Dartington Trust, South Devon
About this event
Join us for a ‘living exhibition’ with Ferment artists-in-residence Lucy Dukes, Joana Viveiros, and Jim Carter.
The artists will be working together throughout the week to continue collaborating and exploring fermentation themes. During our recent Cyfest-14: Ferment Festival they collaborated in historic High Cross House. Now they are back at Dartington to re-create the organic spirit of their collaboration, but this time with the interaction of the public.
As the residency evolves, so too will the exhibition. Please stop by more than once if you can and take advantage of the opportunity to connect with the artists and their process.
The artists will show projections of images and time-lapse films everyday 5-6pm.
about the artists
Lucy Dukes works with scobys, drying them into a kind of parchment to make sculptures, drawings and paintings that aren’t designed to last forever but can be rehydrated and are supposed to biodegrade. Home | Lucy Jane MacAllister Dukes (wixsite.com)
Joana Viveiros’ work ranges between sculpture, video, text and analogue photography. For Ferment, she explored using dough as the material for ephemeral bread sculptures. WORK | Joana Viveiros
Jim Carter makes sculpture from organic materials. His work explores mystery, power and vulnerability in relationships between land, wildlife and humankind. jimcartersculptor.co.uk
about ARTS AND ECOLOGY
This event is part of our Arts and Ecology programme here at Dartington Trust, curated by Natasha Rivett-Carnac. The Master’s in Arts and Ecology starts in January 2022. To find our more, click the button below. We are holding a live chat online session with Natasha on 13 December for anyone interested in finding out more about the programme. Register for that via this link.