Made in Korea

Made in Korea is a continuation of my collaborative project with ceramicist Kay Aplin, researching the links between sound and ceramic practice, starting with the Landscape : Islands project in 2016.

The project uncovers the links between sound art and ceramic practice through a geo-locative mobile app (using the Echoes platform) with the sounds of the ceramic making process at its heart. It will feature compositions / sound works from six international sound artists and composers, curated by sound artist Joseph Young and Seoul-based sound artist and curator Hankil Ryu. The app will be launched at British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke-on-Trent in September and Mullae Arts Factory in Seoul in November. The sound works will be discoverable on a trail in both cities at iconic locations related to sites of ceramic and artistic production.

We will announcing our commissioned artists very soon. Watch this space…

Project space for sound art & ceramics

We are happy to announce the opening of our new show Made in Korea on May 4th at In Camera Gallery @ The Ceramic House…

Made in Korea is a cultural exchange between the UK and Korea evolving throughout 2017 in Brighton, London, Stoke-on-Trent and Seoul. Involving 20 artists from Korea, 5 from the UK, and encompassing 4 exhibitions, 4 concerts, and the launch of a unique audio guide, Made in Korea is seventh and most ambitious project at The Ceramic House to date.

Following a research trip to Korea in 2016, Kay Aplin will curate an exhibition of Korean ceramics at The Ceramic House in May, which transfers to London gallery, Sladmore Contemporary in July. Two Korean ceramists will be in residence at The Ceramic House May-June, creating new work for British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke-on-Trent. Aplin will present new work reflecting on her trip to Korea at Sladmore Contemporary…

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