Every day, 10am to 4pm Saturday 25 March to Sunday 2 April
Composing Earth and Sky brings together woven and ceramic sculptural works that explore concepts inspired by natural environments and our personal connection to them.
Concerned with humankind’s detachment from the natural world, the artists use materials that are formed in the earth and grow towards the sky to embody this dilemma. With their hands and hearts, they work with their material’s innate qualities to co-create forms that respond to their own environment and personal stories. These are inextricably linked to their landscape - both earth and sky.
By building new foundations and exploring alternative possibilities the artists compose forms that express respect for the tenacity of nature and inevitability of change.
Combining human influence with natural processes, the works highlight we are connected by our existence and experience of living together on this planet. By relinquishing control of nature, we move towards harmony between earth and sky.