NOT EVEN NOTHING CAN BE FREE OF GHOSTS

Frances Richardson
Mark Tanner Sculpture Award

13 October to 16 December 2018

Cross Lane Projects is proud to present a solo exhibition of new work by Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2017/18 winner Frances Richardson. Frances Richardson’s exhibition has been developed over the period of a year as the 15th recipient of the major UK sculpture award.

 “The material, and the way that you process the material, is integral to the spirit and meaning of the piece…it’s the content of the work”. 

Split Object: Plywood, 2017. Divider: Ash wood, concrete canvas, 2018. A thought drawn / drawing of thought, pencil on paper, 2018. Eidolon: I thought I could smell water: chipboard, paint, paper, 2015-2018. This dry feeling will pass: walnut wood, copper, 2018. Not all temporary objects can be avoided: golden madrone wood veneer, metal, Perspex, 2018. If I measure it must exist: walnut wood, coppe leaf, 2018. If I measure it must exist: fig.2, ash wood, copper leaf, 2018. What beauty is I know not: fig.2, video, foam, 2018. We have never been modern: Goodhope Photograph, 2018. All works copyright the artist.