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Project Space

Image courtesy the artist

Image courtesy the artist

Image courtesy the artist

Image courtesy the artist

Image courtesy the artist
Image courtesy the artist

Image courtesy the artist

The Making of Cave

A new public artwork for Milton Keynes

 

5 - 29 April 2012

 

This April, MK Gallery’s Project Space presents The making of Cave, a new public art work for Milton Keynes. The exhibition comprises a selection of background material relating to the production of Ivan & Heather Morison’s Cave (2011), a major new commission and permanent public artwork that was unveiled in Campbell Park last autumn.

 

Offering insight into the planning and design of this large concrete sculpture, the exhibition comprises a selection of drawings, photographs and objects, including the artists’ original model, the wooden prototype from which Cave’s iron bench was cast, a selection of installation images, and a new film made in collaboration with the artists showing the sculpture in Campbell Park.

 

During the run of the exhibition, it will be augmented by a election of artwork made in response to Cave by children and families who attend MK Gallery’s free, regular, Start the Art and Mini Maker creative workshops.

Related Events

 

Throughout April MK Gallery’s children and family events are
inspired by Cave.

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Related Information

 

MK Gallery Project Space

Presents monthly exhibitions of contemporary visual art by individuals or groups based in
Milton Keynes.

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Heather and Ivan Morison
Internationally acclaimed artists Heather and Ivan Morison work collaboratively and often investigate the psychology of place and the tensions between modern and rural life.  Heather Peak (born in Desborough in 1973) and Ivan Morison (born in Istanbul, Turkey in 1974) have exhibited nationally and internationally with recent site-specific projects in Vancouver, Tasmania, Seattle and The Netherlands. The artists represented Wales at the 52nd Venice Biennale of Art in 2007. They live and work in Brighton and Arthog, North West Wales.

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