On March 10, Matt Bray and Wendy Daws hosted their Live Making event at No.34. Afterwards, Ideas Test invited Matt and Wendy to talk a little more about their collaborative exhibition, Material Conversations. You can hear more from Matt and Wendy by coming along on March 24 to Meet the Artists, from 1pm – 3pm. Has creating… Continue Reading
Watch artists Matt Bray & Wendy Daws collaborate to create a unique artwork live for the Window at No.34!
Material Conversations is an exploratory collaboration between Kent artists, Matt Bray and Wendy Daws.
Ideas Test sat down with exhibiting artist Rosie Melville to discuss her exhibition, Fragility and Tension, which is on display at No.34 until February 28. Ideas Test: Has creating the work for this exhibition inspired you to create any future work? Rosie Melville: Yeah, I think it has really because I did quite a few experiments leading… Continue Reading
Fragility and Tension expresses the emotions and physical sensations experienced from living with depression, chronic pain and chronic fatigue syndrome. This is shown through the choice of materials, and the form of the piece, as the weight of the semi porcelain slip pulls on the webs of wild silk.
This month at Ideas Test sees the return of photographer Simon Martin, with his insightful long-term project documenting Sittingbourne and its residents. Your Town – One Year On is a continuation of the project Simon worked on at No.34 last December. This time he is in residency across two consecutive Saturdays, and once again inviting… Continue Reading
Replay is an exhibition and performance. Philippa will use the window at No 34 like a camera lens, playing with ideas of being hidden and being visible.
This month’s exhibition is tactile in nature. It’s also focused on nature too. The work Xtina Lamb is exhibiting explores the diverse landscape of the Outer Hebrides, in particular the route between Stornoway and Uig. Kyra, Ideas Test’s Audience Development Assistant, sat down to talk to Xtina about the elements – both artistic and topographical… Continue Reading
It’s incredibly fitting that the exhibition to follow on from Ted Hannaford’s is Enbosu. From the Japanese meaning ‘to emboss’, Wendy’s exhibition is certainly eye-catching (if you’ll excuse the pun) and is wonderfully tactile too. Wendy dedicates a lot of her time to community work but this body of work is all about Wendy Daws…. Continue Reading