80 cms high x 47 cms wide
Features the writer Rebecca Chance as Molly Bloom in my version of Molly's soliloquy - the last chapter of James Joyce's Ulysses.
images: From top: 1. 'The Inivisible Men,' 2019. Smashed in C...
January 14th-31st, Zulieka GAllery, 6 Masons' Yard, SW1Y 6BU, will include four pots from 'And The Door Opened,' in a gallery artists show and three more of the 'London Pots.'
January 23rd, I'll be in the gallery from 2-8pm doing informal talks about the 'And The Door Opened,' and available for discussion and questions.
March 20th-22nd, Ceramic Art London, (CAL,) Central St. Martin's, 1 Granary Square, N1C 4AA, 'And The Door Opened,' lecture Sunday 22nd March, 1-2pm. I'm trying to persuade them to let me display a few pots there too - watch for updates on that. Please note: CAL is a ticketed event - click on the link to go to eventbrite to buy your ticket - they sell out fast so don't leave it too long.
May 1st- September 30th, with St. Botolph's without Aldgate and Beyond the Streets: 'And The Door Opened' comes to Whitechapel for the Summer. St. Botolph's will host a small display of pots and I will be there on the last Thursday of every month, with Beyond the Streets, to talk about the pots and the project and for a walking tour round Whitechapel. 'A Hidden History of Women in the East End' remembers the lives of the women murdered in the East End by an unknown man - now called 'Jack the Ripper.' The talk and tour focuses on the lives of the women, some of whom were prostituted, and on where they lived, rather than fetishising their murders as the JtheR tours do. They also connect these lives to those of prostituted women in London now. Beyond The Streets, like Women @the Well, provides exiting services and other support to women exploited in prostitution. This is a ticketed event, starting in May, if you want to see the pots, so click on the 'Hidden History' link above to reserve your place. I've been on this walk and it is superb. You won't be disappointed. St. Botolph's without Aldgate, Aldgate Hight St. EC3N 1AB.
September 10th-November 3rd, display of pots at Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, SE1 9DA.