Cornelia Parker: One day this glass will break

Image Credit: Courtesy of Cornelia Parker and the Alan Cristea Gallery

The Burton at Bideford, Kingsley Road, Bideford, Devon, EX39 2QQ

01237 471455
info@theburton.org
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Saturday 24 September 2016 – Monday 07 November 2016
Opening Hours: 10am- 4pm Mon - Sat, 11am - 4pm Sun

Don’t miss the work currently on tour from the Alan Cristea Gallery, London of this Renowned British artist who was short-listed for the Turner Prize. Best known for her large scale installations, Cornelia Parker’s new body of work is inspired by Fox Talbot’s first photographic images. Fascinated by found objects, Parker transforms our understanding of them through the photogravure process. A light bulb, a tower of glasses or a jug spilling ice cubes are transformed into ghost like still lives captured on paper.

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