Broken in...

Rachel Dickson

Research output: Non-textual formArtefact

Abstract

Invited artist to exhibit in 'Material Subversion' exhibition. Material Subversion will run concurrently with the Crafts Council exhibition Hidden Agenda and explores the ways in which local craft makers subvert preconceptions about materials and their function. The ten makers involved include Stuart Cairns, Patrick Colhoun, Andrew Cooke, Rachel Dickson, Joe Hogan, Ingrid Houwers, Catherine Keenan, Gail Mahon and Rachel McKnight.Material Subversion explores how these makers - working with a wide range of materials including glass, ceramics, taxidermy, wicker, textile and paper – subvert the perceived functionality of their work and prompt viewers to question the role of material and its relationship to form. The show will run as part of this year’s Craft Month.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationQueen's University, Belfast
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2014
EventMaterial Subversion - The Naughton Gallery / Queen's University, Belfast
Duration: 1 Aug 2014 → …

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Keywords

  • material
  • subversion
  • ceramic
  • paperclay
  • Craftni
  • Crafts council of England

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Dickson, R. (Author). (2014). Broken in.... Artefact, Queen's University, Belfast: . Retrieved from http://www.naughtongallery.org/sites/NaughtonGallery/Exhibitions/ExhibitionArchive/Archive2014/CraftMonth/#d.en.456564
Dickson, Rachel (Author). / Broken in.... [Artefact].
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