A national touring exhibition highlighting ‘acts of commoning’.
A free, new exhibition at Hull Central Library explores how shared creative processes, skills and values contribute to thriving commons neighbourhoods.
It’s a thought-provoking national touring exhibition by Craftspace which highlights ‘acts of commoning’.
Artist Shane Waltener has made scaffold structures from locally sourced willow, bramble and handmade nettle and flax twine.
Shane said: “I am creating a performance installation as ‘a symbolic act of repair’, one that prompts us to rethink our connections between land and materials, making a connection between the urban and the rural, learning from nature and the landscape.”
Councillor Alison Collinson, Chair of Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd said: “This exhibition will shine a light on how collective creativity can bring together a community, something that rings very true for Hull.”
Visit Central Library | Hull Culture and Leisure (hcandl.co.uk) for opening times.
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