Free Range is the UK's largest art and design graduate talent exhibition and is returning this summer to the Old Truman Brewery for an eight-week free showcase of new British art and design talent. Free Range has established itself as the authoritative identifier and supporter of tomorrow's best young creative talent.
Only several students are chosen to take a part in Free Range Show to showcase their art, but also represent their course and university. For Fine Art show together with me, Eri Wada from FAI course were elected.
For the Free Range Show, I have chosen Tripple Goddess.
Medium: clay, wood, branches, wire
Size: 2m x 70 cm
Free Range Show:
As it was soon after the Degree Show, it was difficult to transport all the work from Coventry to London. Unfortunately during moving the work got damaged, and at the site when it arrived I spent a few 3 days until last minute repairing it and building it back. However, time was too short to make it as it was. Many branches broke off, and plenty of cracks on other sculpture. With a bit of disappointment, I still showcased my work at the show and proudly I can say I have exhibited at the Free Range show in London.
My Triple Goddess piece received the attention it needed. As I was overwhelmed with the whole show, regrettably I had not taken any photographs* at the show.
*Images are downloaded from the Free Range Show Facebook.