For the last two weeks I have been busy filming and editing the accompanying artists films for the Made in Bow exhibition, which opens to the public this Friday 17 May at The Nunnery gallery in Bow, East London.
I visited each of the three residency artists, Felicity Hammond, Mathew Weir and Lizzie Cannon, either at their studios, or out and about making work for the show. It’s been intriguing probing each artists processes, and discovering how they research and create their work.
The three films I am editing will sit in the exhibition, and will also be available online. Filming will continue throughout the exhibition period to feed into a film about the project as a whole, which will include the schools projects, highlights of the talks and walks, interviews with the artists, a porcelain specialist from the V&A museum, and The Nunnery Gallery director, Rosamond Murdoch.
The Nunnery have been keeping a fascinating project blog about Made In Bow, helping to give context to the exhibition, as well as an insight into the long process of putting a show like this together.