Monday, 1 February 2016

This is what I have been working on you must come

The Geddes Gallery , 26 Caledonian Road, N1 9DT
Work made and collected by Rose de Borman and Robert Rush 13TH TIL 21ST February
12-7pm 49154/
Free admission

Mud Museum is a mongrel event. Part art installation and part quasi- museum (with ancillary shop). The event is produced by the artists Robert Rush and Rose de Borman and draws its inspiration from a shared love of antiquated ceramics, jewellery and art.
New works produced for the event will include wood fired ceramics including mugs, bowls, plates and drainers. handmade metalwork rings and brooches inspired by medieval forms. Ceramic shrines, funeral urns and other devotional objects to be used as one sees fit.
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Prices range between £3 for a small ceramic keepsake of your visit to £3000 for a tabletop grotto.
Robert Rush is an artist and curator based in London. His recent projects have explored the history and production of woodfire ceramics. This culminated in the building of a site specific open source sculpture in the form of a wood fire kiln in the grounds of the Cass Sculpture Foundation, Sussex. He has in the past been selected for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries, The Jerwood Contemporary Painters and the John Moores Contemporary Painting Prize (shortlisted). He studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal Academy Schools.

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