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	Image: Alex Kershaw Muscles and pears 2011 from Fantasticology Tokyo: faults, flesh and flowers 2011-13, production still (detail) courtesy and © the artist

Artists talk: Alex Kershaw and Barbara Campbell-Allen

In conversation with the curator

The practice of ikebana encompasses a great depth of history and cultural and spiritual awareness, and its influence extends well beyond Japan. Through a series of collaborations, Alex Kershaw’s new project Fantasticology Tokyo: faults, flesh and flowers explores these important traditions in relationship to the body.

Join the Gallery’s assistant curator of contemporary art, Joel Mu, in a conversation with Alex Kershaw and ceramic artist Barbara Campbell-Allen about their collaboration and the ideas generated in the project.

Image: Alex Kershaw Muscles and pears 2011 from Fantasticology Tokyo: faults, flesh and flowers 2011-13, production still (detail) courtesy and © the artist

Saturday 14 September 2013, 2pm

Free

Duration 1 hour
Location: Contemporary project space

Related exhibition: Alex Kershaw

Related gallery: Contemporary galleries