Filthy Lucre: Whistler's Peacock Room Reimagined
Darren Waterston's Filthy Lucre was created by the artist in collaboration with MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts. Courtesy of DC Moore Gallery, New York.
Join Ingrid Murphy for a hands-on workshop exploring her fantastical work and techniques marrying traditional ceramics processes with creative technologies.
After creating your own clay object inspired by the new V&A installation “Filthy Lucre” you will learn how to add multi-sensory experiences to your ceramic artefact.
Starting with traditional casting and hand-building ceramic skills you will then be introduced to a range of interactive technologies and learn how to augment your artwork with sound, images or videos.
All equipment provided. Suitable for beginners and adults 18+.
About the artist:
Ingrid Murphy is a practising ceramic artist who melds new technologies with appropriated artefacts and traditional ceramic processes. Ingrid exhibits both nationally and internationally, her interactive work is currently on show in Hove Museum as part of the Cultural Icons exhibition, on tour from the British Ceramic Biennial.
A keen advocate for interdisciplinary education, Ingrid is a National Teaching Fellow and is currently the Academic Lead for Trans-disciplinarity at Cardiff School of Arts & Design, where she also leads the school’s FabCre8 research group, which focuses on collaborative projects in applied technologies.