EXHIBITION : February 25, 2016 — May 29, 2016.
Behind Closed Doors: Ceramics by Verity Howard
Verity Howard’s slab-built ceramic forms are inspired by her fascination with people’s everyday lives and activities. Each piece features a monoprinted or stamped glimpse through a window, and conveys a sense of stillness, absence of presence, and the eerie sensation of being an outsider looking in.
Behind Closed Doors features pieces made for Verity’s final project at university alongside new work made during a 2015 residency at Guldagergaard: The International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark.
Find out more about Verity and the inspirations behind her work by watching this short film.
Can’t make it to the exhibition? Watch ‘Behind Closed Doors in 90 seconds’ here…
Verity Howard won our 10th annual MMU Graduate Solo Exhibition Award in 2015. We will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Award with 10 special events and commissions. For more
information visit www.craftanddesign.com/mmu10
FREE launch event: Thursday 25th February 2016, 6-8pm
The exhibition runs until Sunday 29th May 2016.
Exhibition at Manchester Craft & Design Centre (25/02/16-29/05/16). Verity Howard's slab-built ceramic forms are inspired by her fascination with people's everyday lives and activities. Each piece features a monoprinted or stamped glimpse through a window, and conveys a sense of stillness, absence of presence, and the eerie sensation of being an outsider looking in.
"Behind Closed Doors": Ceramics by Verity Howard at Manchester Craft
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