No Interdependent Origins Opening

The Ceramic House presents No Interdependent Origins, the second part of INTERBEING, an ambitious ceramic and sound art project connecting British and Chinese artists, taking place throughout 2021.

No Interdependent Origins is a remote residency for two Hong Kong ceramic artists, Annie Wan and Lau Yat Wai, paired with two UK artists, Dan Thompson and Emily Peasgood, working in sound. The artists have been working in parallel, communicating through social media, creating new work in response to the collection and its setting in the historic Quex House. The results are displayed in the opulent rooms in Quex House.

Powell-Cotton Museum
Quex Park, Birchington, Kent CT7 0BH

Exhibition dates: 24 August – 31 October

Public open days:

24 August
Family Experience Day

27 August
Artistic Experience Day (free entry)
11am Instagram live walk and talk Kay Aplin & Joseph Young in conversation with with Annie Wan and Lau Yat Wai live from Hong Kong
12pm Workshop with Dan Thompson. Creative writing workshop about unreliable narrator and contested histories suitable for adults, 11+ (accompanied by an adult)
2.30pm Curators’ tour
3pm Presentation by curators, Q&A with Kay Aplin, Joseph Young, Dan Thompson, Emily Peasgood and Inbal Livne, curator of Powell-Cotton Museum.

14-17 September
Museum Open Days

19 September
Heritage Open Day 2021 (free entry)

Other times between 24th August – 31 October available by appointment. Please enquire here.

Emptiness is Form is part of the Interbeing project – an exploration of collaborative ceramic and sound art practice in Britain and China. Throughout 2021 at The Ceramic House.

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