This summer, ‘The Ceramic House’ will partner with us to produce ‘No Interdependent Origins’, a remote residency for two Hong Kong ceramic artists paired with two UK artists working in sound. The results of their collaborations will be displayed in the historic setting of Quex House.

You can view the artworks during our gardens open day on Tuesday 24th August with Kay Aplin and Joseph Young from ‘The Ceramic House’ on hand to discuss your interpretation of the works. Family workshops produced by our museum learning team will accompany the exhibition free of charge. Tickets for the open day will be available nearer the time.

Following the event, a virtual exhibition will be available to view.

‘No Interdependent Origins’ is part of  ‘INTERBEING’, an exploration of collaborative ceramic and sound art practice in Britain and China taking place throughout 2021. There are a number of events and performances planned both online and at different venues throughout the summer.

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