Type:Art Exhibition

Glynde Place, Glynde, BN8 6SX
Wake explosion


Join us in waking up Glynde Place after the lockdown.

Enjoy two days of site specific contemporary sculpture, sound and performance by artists Isobel Smith, Louis Blee & Susan Bell. 

Advance Booking is advised as admittance is being limited due to Covid-19 precautions via Eventbrite (follow link below) - all safety advice for visiting is on that page.

Supported by Arts Council England

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Isobel Smith - Wake is led by performance artist / sculptor  Isobel Smith. Isobel lives and works in Glynde and completed her MA in Sculpture/Performance at the Royal College of Art in 2017. Her work is in the Saatchi Collection and was exhibited in ‘Known Unknowns’ at the Saatchi Gallery throughout 2018. She has performed at the Tate Modern in response to the Joan Jonas exhibition and at Performance Festivals in the UK and abroad. Isobel is also an experienced mentor and tutor

Louis Blee - is an emerging sound artist, studying Sound Design in Manchester. Louis currently works as part of the house team at Glynde Estate. The fascinating social historical past of the house has been the inspiration for this soundscape. After working in the house for 16 weeks, Louis has been fortunate to be exposed to the often lesser known knowledge of the people that have passed through its rooms.The work aims at sharing a subtle and intimate reaction to such a unique environment full of rich history and local interest.

Susan Bell - is a photographer based in Lewes known for her painterly look and love of light. She works in both moving film and photography, and works with old cameras and alternative processes. Her work has also appeared in publications including Hole & Corner, House & Garden and publishers including Penguin, Harper Collins, Ebury and Kyle books.

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