14 u2013 31 MARCH 2013
One Thoresby Street is proud to present the first in a new two-year programme of exhibitions in the Attic gallery space, and an exhibition by the winner of the One Thoresby Street Nottingham Castle Annual Open prize, Colette Griffin.
Colette Griffinu2019s sculptural practice uses a digital and mathematical coding process to challenge the formal qualities of shape. Using materials often associated with construction, architecture and design, Griffinu2019s objects create a conversation between a materialu2019s tactile quality and the fluidity of form within space.
Colette Griffin (b.1990), lives and works in Nottingham.u00a0 Recent exhibitions include; Two Queens Members Show, Two Queens, Leicester; Colette Griffin, Luke Routledge, Jamie Wilkins, Thomas Woodcock & Diana Miguel,u00a0Two Queens, Leicester; Invasion,u00a0Transient Art, Birmingham; Daekyo Eye Level International Sculpture Symposium Exhibition,u00a0Sungshin Womenu2019s University, Seoul, South Korea; and Testing Ground,u00a0Surface Gallery, Nottingham.
*15 March 4pm u2013 6pmu00a0u2013 Colette Griffin will give an artists talk about her practice as part of the POWOWOW programme alongside One Thoresby Street artist Rebecca Ounstead & guest artist Samara Scott.
This event was part of the Attic programme, an Arts Concil funded project, run by Candice Jacobs from 2013-2014 and Rebecca Ounstead from 2014-2015.