"Telfer Stokes makes assemblages in metal, but perhaps surprisingly he does not see his work coming from a sculptural tradition. In previous lives he has been both painter and maker of artist’s books, and he identifies a particular continuity between the current metal pieces and the 30 years he spent in Scotland making visual books. He would say that the same freedom actuates both activities: going out with a camera and capturing images, or taking a trailer to a scrapyard and gathering cast-offs."
Accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with an essay by Andrew Lambirth.
Private view: 6-8pm 2nd November 2021
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