Cheeseburn presents contemporary sculpture
Cheeseburn present contemporary sculpture and artists projects in the elegant grounds of Cheeseburn Grange Hall. The exhibition programme for 2018 showcases new work by emerging North-East artists, pro ling international links and exploring how new technology is interacting with traditional sculpture techniques.
Aug 25/26/27 & Sept 1/2 : A major solo exhibition of sculptures by award-winning artist Joseph Hillier. Hillier has developed a unique piece of work through a collaboration with Northumbrian dancer, Lizzie J. Klotz. Through a fusion of ancient bronze casting and digital 3D motion capture technology Hillier has captured the movements and gestures of the dance in mid-performance. This unique commission, especially for Great Northumberland 2018 investigates the possibilities of interpretation when describing the motion and expression of the human body. By capturing 3D images of the dancer in motion, Hillier has been able to create an exhibition of movement using ancient bronze casting techniques, expertly marrying traditional techniques and modern technology to create. Find out more.
Great Northumberland 2018 have supported the programme and the exhibition to be presented in three different spaces at Cheeseburn, plus as part of a special Great Northumberland 2018 Lizzie J. Klotz will be perform live during the August Bank Holiday open days at Cheeseburn.
Address: Cheeseburn Sculpture Gardens, Cheeseburn Grange Hall, Stamfordham, Northumberland, NE18 0PT
Opening hours: Open from 11am-4pm on: Saturday 19 May, Sunday 20 May, Saturday 26 May, Sunday 27 May, Monday 28 May, Saturday 30 June, Sunday 1 July, Saturday 7 July, Sunday 8 July, Saturday 25 August, Sunday 26 August, Monday 27 August, Saturday 1 September and Sunday 2 September. Entry with donation.