Top: Anna Fairchild, Jelly Ear, detail, 2020, cassini plaster, cement powder, paint fragments, aluminium.
Bottom left: Mark Woods, Boy Racer, Informal, British’ Leather over turned and carved wood. Maxine Bristow: Component (Re) configuration i.210320-LA95LB, 2014, steel, canvas work stitched in tapestry wool, grey denim trim, cotton furnishing fabric, whitewood timber, aluminium, woollen yarn, faux leather vinyl, cotton knit binding, bow-tie hooks and slides, nickel belt ends.
Bottom right: Sian-Kate Mooney, The Follies, 2020, bitumen coated compressed board, recycled cotton, pva, bitumen paint and titanium dioxide paint. All works copyright the artists.
Maxine Bristow, Anna Fairchild, Sian-Kate Mooney, Mark Woods
Curated by John Stephens
Cross Lane Projects will launch its 2020 programme with the exhibition Made With… considering materiality in contemporary sculptural practice.
Curated by John Stephens, this new group show presents work by Maxine Bristow, Anna Fairchild, Sian-Kate Mooney and Mark Woods.
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Rebecca Scott and Mark Woods established Cross Lane Projects in 2018 with the aim of bringing new contemporary art and debate to Cumbria, presenting a curated programme featuring the work of local, international and British artists with a regularly changing programme of three exhibitions of contemporary art each year, accompanied by public talks and events.
Cross Lane Projects is situated in a former Kendal Mint Cake factory in Kirkland, Kendal.