Thursday, 8 May 2014

Talk about No One Owns The Land

On this Sunday 11th May, Rose and i will be talking with Annie Cattrell about our installation No One Owns The Land.
Information about it can be found here.
It's at 4pm in the Old Market in Brighton, and tickets are £4 (£3).

An in-conversation between artist-makers, Ester Svensson and Rosanna Martin and Artist and Lecturer, Annie Cattrell


Svensson and Martin’s HOUSE 2014 commission, No One Owns The Land, depicts the obstacles that face migrants and refugees through an engaging and thought-provoking sculptural installation. Abstract representations of borders and bureaucracy are made by tangles of displaced material. Places of refuge are depicted through forests and isolation is inferred through huge expanses of sand.
This one-off talk sees lecturer Annie Cattrell, engaging with Svensson and Martin’s new commission to explore their ideas of ideas of asylum, displacement, refuge and belonging. It will delve into how the two artists have portrayed these ideas through the primary mediums of ceramic and glass materials. 
Photo by Agness Clark Photography


















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