Mark Rayner, Memento

25 March - 18 April 2015

Mark Rayner’s glazed plates and figurines are a modern and playful take on the grotesque; a style characterised by exaggeration, excess, the fantastic and sometimes the abject. In recent years, Rayner has begun to work across a variety of other media, including photography and latch hook rugs. 

In this body of work, Rayner continues to explore unlikely juxtapositions between medium and subject, playing with traditional craft techniques to create objects and images that can be alternately construed at threatening, beguiling and absurd. The exhibition will include hand-latched woollen rugs, ceramic sculptures, glazed plates and teapots.

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