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Rising Stars 2019

2 March to 13 April 2019

Rising Stars 2019

Rising Stars is a platform for some of the most exciting new crafts by emerging makers in crafts, design and applied arts - this year, the exhibition is bigger than ever, following a record number of applications.

This curated, selling exhibition will be showcased at the New Ashgate Gallery and also include a programme of makers' professional development events and a £500 prize. The participants are graduating students, recent graduates or at a pivotal moment in their early career due to changed circumstances.

This year, the project received 109 applications. 30 makers have been selected for the exhibition by a panel of craft professionals, focusing on their potential and talent; Rebecca Skeels, Course Leader for Postgraduate Programmes, School of Craft and Design, University for the Creative Arts, Gemma Curtis, Crafts Programme Coordinator, the Farnham Maltings and Dr Outi Remes, Director, New Ashgate Gallery.

Many of the graduating makers are at cross roads: they have a full portfolio of fabulous ideas, but are yet to establish their business skills and a network of collectors. Rising Stars offers just the right platform, and for many, it is a starting point for an exceptional career. Rising Stars is an opportunity for both makers as well as art collectors who wish to support and collect work by future stars.

The selected makers of exceptional talent are: Angelina Jane, Arra Textiles, Louise Bell, Georgia Buck, Holly Burton, Eve Campbell, Jenny Chan, Sara Chyan, Kim Colebrook, Mihaela Coman, Natalie Eagle, Tamir Erlich, Alice Funge, Alysa Freeman, Susanna Gogarty, Iona Hall, Qiang Li, Marek Liska, Sam Lucas, Ruth Martindale, Bekky May, Annette Mills, Poppy Norton, Benjamin Pearey, Mitch Pilkington, Nastassia Ramazankhani, Kyle Ramsey, Catherine Rua, Jinya Zhao and Marissa Ziesing.

Rising Stars is organised by the New Ashgate Gallery and supported by the Billmeir Charitable Trust. We work in partnership with the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham.

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Tamir Erlich - Angel

Tamir Erlich

Angel

Ceramic

Ref: 96473

29 x 17 x 12 cms

£340.00

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Tamir Erlich

2020 MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art

Tamir's work is site-specific and deals with the complexity of social structures and their power dynamics. Tamir approaches an exhibition as a political event that is subordinated to overall structures of power. The work aims to defamiliarise the viewer with her/his familiar social structures that might appear natural or transparent. The work is an experience of reobservation and defamiliarisation that aims to evoke doubts and criticism towards sociocultural and political structures.

For Tamir, art is about constant interaction rather than something that happens in a closed space immune from its immediate world: art is an outcome of a multicultural discourse and a process of learning. There is an inherent relation between artwork and education. Thus, Tamir's work invigorates democratic perspectives, critical thought and a reflective approach toward the act of art itself.

The Angels is inspired by the Albert Memorial which is located next to the Royal College of Art. The failure in the mimicking of the monument, which appears in the structure, represents Tamir's alienated relationship with the majestic monument.

Tamir is based in London.




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