Reflections: glass: water: art:science

Inge, Panneels (2016) Reflections: glass: water: art:science. UNSPECIFIED, Selkirk. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

REFLECTIONS : glass : water : art : science showcases contemporary artwork by a variety of artists inspired by the creative interaction of reflective material within the designed landscape of the Haining House and loch.

The residency programme, coordinated by Inge Panneels, local artist and senior lecturer from the Department of Glass & Ceramics, University of Sunderland, was led by 3 artist agent provocateurs, and brought together creative practitioners from a variety of backgrounds including sculpture, photography, sound and dance.as well as glass and architecture students from Sunderland and Edinburgh University respectively.

Inge Panneels explained “….”

The Residency was a short creative lab where creative people, who each work with different materials, at different stages of their career and with different working practices, were sharing three days of experimentation reflecting on both the surroundings of the Haining and the Loch. This resulted in collaborative working, sharing skills, ideas and working methods. It was wonderful to see this burst of creativity in such a short space of time and with limited materials. The material of glass was a focus but found and recycled materials also played a big role in the creation of these experimental works, most of which were sited in or around the Loch.

The exhibition will bring together a selection of the works produced as part of the residency as well as some developed pieces such as the collaborative sound and visual experience by Mark Timmins and James Wyness; the choreographed kinetic film by Helen Douglas, Jenna Agate and Claire Pencak; and the reflective installation by Felicity Bristow and Graham Patterson.

A series of related events will also take place throughout the exhibition period including on glass blowing by Lindean Mill lampworking Zoe Garner and engraving by Heather Gillespie supported by Craft Scotland ; presentations on contemporary glass art by eminent Borders artist Douglas Hogg and the history of Scottish window glass; talks by leading academics Inge Panneels, Dr Cate Watkinson, and Dorian Wiszniewski on their research into glass : water : art : science; as well as the entertaining children’s performance ‘the Medieval Construction Science show’.

All of the events are FREE to attend

Item Type: Other
Subjects: Fine Art > Art in Context
Fine Art
Glass and Ceramics
Divisions: Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries
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Depositing User: Inge Panneels
Date Deposited: 22 May 2017 10:40
Last Modified: 22 May 2017 10:40
URI: http://sure.sunderland.ac.uk/id/eprint/7252

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