Artist Talk: Florian Roithmayr

Image Credit: Image courtesy of Florian Roithmayr

The Refectory, The Old Church School, Butts Hill, Frome, BA11 1HR

01458253800
prospectus@somersetartworks.org.uk
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Saturday 30 September 2017
6 - 7.45pm
Admission Fee: £3
Booking recommended
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Roithmayr works with sculpture to generate and trace materials transformations in the process of making. Born in Germany, lives and works in Reading and Wysing. Major solo exhibitions include ir re par sur, Bloomberg Space, London (2017) and with, and, or, without, Camden Arts Centre (2016). Roithmayr is currently developing exhibitions with HS Projects in London and a sculpture and research project co-commissioned by the Museum of Classical Archaeology, Kettle’s Yard, and Wysing Arts Centre in Cambridgeshire.

Artist workshop: SUN 1 October 10am – 5pm. £15 / £10 for SAW members and £5 students & under 25’s (16+ only). Materials and drinks included. More details: http://prospectus.somersetartworks.org.uk/2017/08/18/artist-workshop-with-florian-roithmayr/

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