Using an organic approach to making, Clare Jackson and Zoya Godoroja-Prieckaerts create an exhibition of ceramics, textiles, installation and works on paper. As the title suggests, the exhibition explores tensions between various elements and concepts. Erratic marks are paired with fluid watercolours, soft textile sculptures with solid ceramic vessels, muted tones with vibrant colours. The two artists look at the ways in which their works align and depart, where they inform each other and where they look inwards. While G-P is influenced by the impact of personal and collective experiences, Jackson is fuelled by a desire to retain amorphous moments in time.
Image: Courtesy of Clare Jackson