Reflection and Rebellion A Loudspeaker project Autumn 2021

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Exploring Sculpture by Women

We visited another gallery - Djanogly Art

Gallery to see the exhibition called

Breaking the Mould:

Sculpture by Women since 1945.

In the gallery we assembled sculpture from

cones, wire, acetate and string, exploring

tension, balance and space.

We looked at a sculpture by Sarah Lucas,

made from stuffed tights which looked like

intestines or female anatomy.

We went on to make our own sculpture

with a pair of tights. Some of us had

no perceived notions of the outcome,

while others had a strong idea, although

everyone’s work had unexpected results.

“It’s nice to have the opportunity to

express ourselves and not be false;

show our quirks”.

Sarah Lucas, NUD CYCLADIC 7, 2010.

Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

© the artist.

Purchased with the assistance of the Art Fund

“My favourite thing about taking part

was feeling safe and being supported,

not judged.”


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