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Unstable Ground at Studio KIND.

In part­ner­ship with Corin­na Wag­n­er (Uni­ver­si­ty of Exeter), Unsta­ble Ground brings togeth­er nine artists based in the South West.

13/08/22 – 03/09/22
Opening Times
Sun–Tue, Closed
Wed–Sat, 12:30 – 17:30
The NERC-supported project, Time and Tide, was first conceived in 2008 by Marcus Vergette, who has been installing large bell sculptures along the UK coastline, gifted to reinforce connections in local communities between the land and sea; between ourselves and our environment.

Unstable Ground explores the ways that art can address climate change and inspire individual and communal action, and addresses themes of water, tides, flooding, climate change and changing coastal communities.

Exhibiting artists include: Corinna Wagner, Marcus Vergette, Frances Gynn, Ben Hartley, Molly Rooke, Edward Crumpton, Richard Gregory, George Rayner and Laura Porter

Corinna Wagner will also be displaying her research-based, large format photographs, made with a number of traditional and experimental processes (paper negatives, X-ray film, cyanotype, pinhole, chromoskedasic sabattier) and which are developed with natural materials from the bell sites (water, sand, wax).

The exhibition will be at Studio KIND. from 13th August to 3rd September, and will have a private view on Friday 12th August, as well as a closing poetry event on Saturday 3rd September, with readings from esteemed poets and creative writers. There will also be an accompanying workshop programme, including free activities for children, a visible mending workshop with Molly Rooke and a drawing and painting direct from nature workshop with Frances Gynn.