Private view – Unbounded
- Wednesday 6 November 2019
- Eden Project
- Free to attend - booking essential
Eden Project Members and their guests are invited to attend an exclusive out-of-hours tour of our latest exhibition.
Featuring contemporary art that explores Cornwall’s social and environmental landscapes, Unbounded showcases a range of artists – each working in or deeply connected to Cornwall – whose art-practices extend beyond the geographical boundaries of the county.
Join us for an exclusive after-hours tour of this diverse exhibition which explores some of the many layers of Cornwall’s social and environmental landscapes. Selected artworks reflect on the culture, industry and ecology contributing to Cornwall's identity today. Each of the talented artists works in or is deeply connected to the county, however their art-practices extend beyond geographical boundaries.
Following a short introduction, we'll be given a small group guided tour that will bring to life the individual works which, between them, encompass a variety of mediums ranging from film to sculpture and painting to textiles. Afterwards, you'll have the opportunity to further explore the exhibition in your own time, and to gain deeper insights first-hand from the Eden arts curators.
This is a wonderful time of day to enjoy the art, and a brilliant chance to better understand the artists' inspiration and resulting creations.
Image: Quilt 1 ©Katie Schwab
How to book
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place, and let us know if you'd like to bring a guest.
Unbounded: contemporary art practices in Cornwall is on display in the Core Exhibition Gallery from 2 November 2019 to 27 January 2020.
Artists: Gemma Anderson, Bram Thomas Arnold, Phyllida Bluemel, Georgia Gendall, James Hankey, Laura Hopes, Alastair Mackie, Rosanna Martin, Jonathan Michael Ray, Abigail Reynolds, Beth Emily Richards, Nina Royle, Ben Sanderson, Katie Schwab.