They continue Angell’s interest in marginal forms of image making and collapse the distinction between high and low art.
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Aaron Angell 2017 Alongside the case will be four new sculptures – a piece of inflatable furniture filled with a mock hypocaust heating system, a methane ‘sewer’ gas lamp, a cabbage and a cinerary urn.
The lamp will feature the four pipe form that occurs throughout Angell’s recent work and a sconce modelled on a Roman coin.
These nine new sculptures are gas-fired at a high temperature and display the results of Angell’s recent experimentations with Shino glazing.
Angell has also introduced sawdust and granite to his usual ceramic body mix, enabling a faster and more direct working process, an imitation of the style of Japanese Iga ware.
Ceramic works, made shortly after Angell’s recent residency at the Leach Pottery in St Ives, are based on the profile of Roman cineraria or cinerary urns intended for the remains of married couples.
Having never visited Italy, the history of the Roman civilization remains “Literary and ridiculous” to Angell, a malleable idea rather than a historical fact.
The exhibition also coincides with Angell‘s solo show at Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow.
Aaron Angell presents a series of new works including ceramic sculpture, inflatables, painting, Victorian furniture and plant life to create an anachronistic interior, which mines various points in history and unusual hobbyist cultures to develop a large scale, immersive exhibition.
A limited edition print, produced in collaboration with poet Lucy Mercer accompanies More Sculpture about Dogs and Shadows.
This poster poem is the first in a series by Angell and Mercer.