11:00am-5:00pm, 28–29 April 2018
Come and spend the day at Hospitalfield this spring to explore the house, listen to a talk, sign up for a workshop and see artist’s projects.
With artist commissions by:
This weekend is the launch of a new sculptural installation by Mary Redmond in Hospitalfield’s Walled Garden, which will be on show until September this year. Daisy Chetwin’s new work will be an investigation into the physical experience of space. Chetwin will present a two-site exhibition that transforms the way viewers experience the architecture of the Study Room and Studio as well as how they experience each other while moving within the spaces.
Daisy Chetwin’s new work for Hospitalfield Spring Season will be an investigation into the physical experience of space. She has made two large scale sculptural installations that will transform the way that viewers experience the architecture of the Study Room and Studio.
Daisy Chetwin graduated from the Sculpture and Environmental Art department at The Glasgow School of Art in 2017 and lives in Berlin. Recent projects include The weight of your hold, Easterhouse Swimming Pool project with Platform, Glasgow, 2017; In through your mouth, Mackintosh Church, Glasgow, 2016; and In particular some places, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, 2017.
Mary Redmond will make a sculptural installation for Hospitalfield’s Walled Garden. This new commission will be our first semi permanent artwork and will be on show until the end of September this year.
Mary Redmond is a sculptor based in Scotland who graduated from Master of Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art in 1998. She has presented solo exhibitions at Platform, Easthouse in 2014; Dundee Contemporary Arts in 2010 and Talbot Rice Gallery in Edinburgh in 2005. Over the last ten years she has been part of major group shows including Undone: Making and Unmaking in Contemporary Sculpture, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds; Studio 58: Women Artists in Glasgow Since WWII, Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow School of Art; and Bold Tendencies Sculpture Project 6, Peckham where she made an expansive installation within multi-story car park. She has shown regularly internationally, including at The Clay and Glass Museum, Ontario in 2014; Neues Museum, Nuremberg in 2013; and Kunsthall Oslo in 2010.