October 2004 to January 2005
The two main areas of practice in the work of Heather Deedman are sculpture and drawing, these co-exist and one continually informs the other. As areas of work they run parallel to each other and then cross paths on both anticipated and unpredictable points of research. The drawing is never a representation of, or plans for, specific sculpture but is a vehicle for investigating form. Heather’s sculptural practice has included the use of a diverse range of materials, paper, paint, wire, found objects etc. Recently she has been working in the field of ceramics and making forms from the clay body porcelain. A common thread in the work of Heather is an interest in decoration and how it’s language can be a code for cultural values and differences.
The Process Room
Heather Deedman’s work was shown in the Process Room, first floor, west wing galleries from 16- 28 November 2004.
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