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Through installations of ceramics, drawings and textiles, artist Bethan Lloyd Worthington explores personal and prehistoric connections between bodies, rooms, and landscape. The exhibition looks at the particular pull of place in the context of Canterbury and offers objects as portals into landscape, as symbols of pilgrimage, and as holders of memory.
Bethan Lloyd Worthington was Artist in Residence at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2016 – 17. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2010, she has exhibited extensively across the UK. Recently nominated for the John Ruskin Prize, this is her first solo show.
Free tours of the show will run every Thursday at 11:00. No booking required, just come along
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