Fringe Arts Bath | Lost Properties
East Street Arts volunteer Lorna Barrowclough will be exhibiting work in Lost Properties, as part of Fringe Arts Bath festival
For exact venue information, please visit: www.fringeartsbath.co.uk/lost-properties
Friday May 25 (6pm – 9pm)
Friday May 25 – Sunday June 10
Lorna Barrowclough is currently a volunteer here at East Street Arts and is working on some marketing for us. When she is not busy doing that, she is busy taking part in exhibitions such as the following one, which is part of Fringe Arts Bath:
The objects we
our life experience,
culture, ideas and
becoming inconspicuous components
of who we are and how we live. Once
assimilated, we rarely reassess the
meaning of these objects. Lost Properties
attempts to reveal the inherent qualities in
objects, ordinarily taken for granted.
Curated by Object Art
The piece of work which Lorna will be showing is titled:
My Rome built from one week; is a piece work of that physically documents a section of my social circle’s daily life experience, culture, ideas and opinions through the literature they actively engage with and much of the written word that enters their lives inadvertently externally.
By creating physical objects that embody both the materials used and the collectors themselves (having given me their ‘paper lives’ from one week) Have I created realistic component that marks out who these people are and how they live their lives?
For more information about Lorna Barrowclough and to see her work, please visit her website: www.lornabarrowclough.com
For more information on the festival, please visit the Fringe Arts Bath website, updated throughout the festival: www.fringeartsbath.co.uk