A New Visual Art Exhibition on the Isle of Wight
The Hop Kilns Heritage Centre at Briddlesford Lodge Farm will host its second visual art exhibition since its opening in 2014. The new exhibition ‘Confessions’ by Salisbury based artist Laurence Dubé-Rushby continues until Sunday 31st May. Guided by a childlike curiosity and using a playful combination of pinhole images, basic animations, audio materials and animal skins, Laurence presents new narratives where the edges between humans and animals are blurred.
The restoration project is the latest in a series of developments to the Griffin family’s business at Briddlesford, adding to a thriving farm shop and Bluebells Café. The Education Centre has also played a large part in the development of the business, and the restored Hop Kilns is now also a great asset. The gallery space showcases commissioned artworks created especially for the space and the museum space will host an assortment of early farming implements.
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