Charlotte Hodes at the British Ceramics Biennale


Charlotte Hodes at the British Ceramics Biennale

Charlotte Hodes has been commissioned by the British Ceramic Biennial to create a major new installation to be shown at the 2015 Biennial. The installation will be the result of many years involvement with ceramics at Spode and a recent Arts Council of England Award 2014 (with artist Paul Scott) for research and development.

The installation Spode Trees and Dressed Silhouettes takes the form of the aftermath of a dinner onto which Charlotte has collaged across the ware using printed imagery and texts found on the Spode Museum Trust Archive of engravings. The imagery and patterns cross over from one plate to another creating the impression that her women, presented in the form of silhouettes, have descended and are momentarily held in a seemingly random configuration of the

The table installation will be 24’ x 4’.

Printed textile across table surface made with the support of Nicky Munyama: Senior Digital Print Technician at London College of Fashion.

Charlotte Hodes and Paul Scott’s work will also be featured in a dedicated cabinet display at the Spode Visitor Centre as part of the BCB.