Signs of Life is an exhibition of crafted pieces and works-on-paper by Rosalind Price. Accompanying the exhibition is a soundscape by viola player, Ruby Shirres.

Friends, old and young, Rosalind and Ruby have been creating separately – one drawing, painting and making, the other playing and recording – at home during lockdown, and further afield whenever restrictions permit. Practice and performance, theme and variation on our interaction with the more-than-human world that sustains us. This show brings together sounds, images and crafted objects as signs of life in times of constraint. Exhibited online via Gasworks Arts Park website and, the work includes sketches, paintings, and plant-fibre pieces, with accompanying music that weaves human and non-human sounds.

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Craft Contemporary

A festival exploring how craft is evolving in the 21st century
1 - 31 October 2021