Phoebe Cummings, 'Thought Barefoot'
Anima Mundi is delighted to present ‘Thought Barefoot’, a solo exhibition of new works by Phoebe Cummings taking place on one floor of the gallery.
Thought Barefoot' draws together different elements of Cummings’ practice, from ephemeral sculptures and objects, to works on paper and text. Through these different manipulations of material and time, attention is brought to the solace of gentle observation: toward the tenderness of shoots and the weight of fruit, growth and rotting, the hum of amorous insects and ultimately, silence. Attention shifts scale, it augments and magnifies, stretches and compresses, offering both a mirror and an escape, acceptance and hope. The title of the exhibition is taken from a fragment of writing by the Greek poet Sappho, whose words and their fractured material legacy, bring attention to the gaps where myth and lived experience touch.
Dinos on the move! — LEGO® activity
Come and build your very own moving dinosaur out of LEGO® bricks – then send it off on the prowl.
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