Made in Spode

Katya de Grunwald

1–29 October

Sat 11:00–17:00
Sun 11:00–15:00
Katya de Grunwald makes delicate imagery of resonant objects from her own history and from the history of others. These photographs are intimate responses to the physical evidence of a former industry.
Appearing like relics or monuments, the moulds are charged with a sense of loss as the weight of dust has settled and frames each porous shape.
These are humble, inside out and skilfully made objects that quietly embody a particular era of the ceramic manufacturer Spode.

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27 Cinque Ports St
Rye, TN31 7AD

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