The work of sixteen internationally renowned Danish ceramicists will be on display at one of the most unique houses in Brighton during Artists Open Houses 2014.
The Fantastic Tales:
Danish Contemporary Ceramics show will be the first themed exhibition at The Ceramic House and will feature a cross-spectrum of art forms – sculpture, installation, performance, tableware and wall pieces – creating a significant British exhibition of Danish Contemporary Ceramics.
The exhibition came about after Kay undertook a residency at the International Ceramic Research Centre in Denmark in summer 2013. Following a further residency in spring 2014, Kay will create a new installation for the exhibition at The Ceramic House. This will later be exhibited at the Danish Biennial: European Ceramic Context 2014. This is part of an Arts Council funded project and supported by the Embassy of Denmark. The University of Brighton is hosting a programme of artists talks to accompany the exhibition.