April 28 - May 03 Private view: Thursday April 27, 6.30 - 9pm Open daily: 10am – 5pm

An exhibition of work by Ruth Broadway and Emily Ketteringham connected by a shared love of collecting, museums and maps.
Emily will be showing her new body of work inspired by her ever growing collection of maps, and her love of rocks. Her large circular screenprints are interpretations of geological maps – areas of different rock types are simplified into geometric shapes, then printed in the appropriate colours taken from the map.  Overlapping layers of translucent inks create new and unpredictable colours.
Emily will also be exhibiting her concrete pebbles – recent experiments in response to the idea of the Anthropocene.
Inspired by a residency at the Pitt Rivers and Natural History Museums in Oxford, Ruth will be showing a new body of work as part of an ongoing investigation into collecting, anthropology, multiples and display.