Mimi Joung

Between  Mute-Noon Series  Imperial Bone china series Mute-Noon series  Silver Stream  Gateshead Pltates
Gateshead plates series  Gateshead plates series, North & South exhibition  Side Cafe  Day Collector series, 2006 Limited edition print. edition of 10 Screen print  Mute-Scape, Day collector series, 2006
Thicket, Latvia, 2006  Clay today 1990  Waiting, London, 2005 Mute-noon series - Photograph, 2004  Broken Orchestra - Scenario-1, 2008   Drawing in progress
Images of new sculpture-famouse chair, mixed,2004 Image of new sculpture, mixed media, 2004  PostLandscape, post it, 2008&2009 Thicket-gold, porcelain, 2007 Take landscape with you, 2008 Take light with you, 2008
Always in my mind - Fragile home  Another Room  Another Room - 10 Manchester street  Propose Edition - Waiting series 2013 Propose Edition - Waiting series, 99 steps, 2013
Forming words, waiting Chrome, 2014 Monochrome

Forming words, waiting Chrome, 2014

'Forming Words' 14 February - 17 May 2013 14 February - 17 May Text forms part of our daily lives. Road signs, headlines and advertisement communicate with people without making a sound. In perhaps more thoughtful text, words enclosed in novels, type in a newspaper article or the verse of a poem can be a source of deep inspiration. Flow's forthcoming exhibition Forming Words is based on how form and structure can be inspired by text. Flow has asked selected artists to create new work based on a piece of writing of their choice, from poetry to a letter to lyrics. Whether it is the shapes, lines and curves which letters create that inspire the work, as in vibrant wall pieces by Debbie Smyth that motivate the work. Or simply the fluidity of the writing, artists exploring this theme express the diverse approaches and outcomes this one theme can manifest. Many of the artists have chosen to utilise the meaning of their selected text or the message that the text communicates to inform their work. Other artists, such as Aino Kajaniemi take a personal approach to using text with particular memories woven in thread. The work in this exhibition traverses disciplines. Jewellery will be exhibited alongside silver teacups, ceramic vessels and enamel plates. The variety in material has resulted in an exhibition that intends to capture the endless inspiration of the written word. Artist's include: Jonathan Boyd, Gary Breeze, Tabea Dürr, Clare Goddard, Clare Hillerby, Mimi Joung, Alyssa Dee Krauss, Aino kajaniemi, Hanne Mannheimer, Susanne Matsché, Enya Moore, Cecilia Levy, Bethan Lloyd Worthington, Matthew Raw, Debbie Smyth, Jessica Turrell, Ingeborg Vandamme, Sophie Wiltshire, Buddug Wyn Humphreys










Porcelain slip, nail
Porcelain slip, nail