Sculpturing intends to survey an emergent tendency in contemporary sculptural practice towards (or back to) the production of discrete objects; through modes of making that are led by material, process and form, and which blur the boundaries between Fine Art, Craft and Design, alongside a wider contemporary philosophical discussion around objects and our relation to them.
James Clarkson (b. 1987, lives and works in Sheffield) Recent exhibitions include: Automatic, Jeanroch Dard, Paris, 2013, Twin Tone Lustre, DREI, Cologne, 2013 and Pavilion, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, 2012
Iain Hales (b.1977, lives and works in London) Recent exhibitions include Iain Hales, Cole, London, 2012, A Wall Is A Surface, Londonewcastle Project Space, London, 2012 and Switch, selected by Phyllida Barlow, BALTIC 39, Newcastle, 2012.
Alex Pain (Lives and works in Nottingham) Recent exhibitions include Erratics, Nottingham Castle, Nottingham, 2012 Cut Across The Grain To Give A Richly Textured Surface, Two Queens, Leicester, 2012 and WEYA, Primary, Nottingham, 2012.
Tim Pratt (Lives and works in London) Recent exhibitions include: RA Schools Show, London, 2013, Premiums, 6 Burlington Gardens, London, 2012, Enders, Britannia Works, London, 2008
Jesse Wine (b. 1983, lives and works in London) Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Limoncello, London 2012; The Sunday Painter, London, 2011 and Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, 2010.