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Knock Knock: Who's There? That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore

Slee, Richard (2010) Knock Knock: Who's There? That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore. [Show/Exhibition] [Creative Arts and Design > Ceramics Design
Creative Arts and Design > Pottery]
 
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Creators:Slee, Richard
Description:

Group show

Other Contributors:
RoleName
CuratorRubinfeld, Elana
CuratorMurkett, Sarah
ExhibitorDuchamp, Marcel
ExhibitorÉluard, Paul
ExhibitorGuston, Philip
ExhibitorLucas, Sarah
ExhibitorMagritte, René
ExhibitorPrince, Richard
Type of Research:Show/Exhibition
Additional Information (Publicly available):

Artist Profile Richard Slee's career as a studio ceramicist now spans over thirty years. Born in1946 in Cumbria , he attended Carlisle College of Art and graduated in Ceramics from the (then) Central School of Art and Design in 1970. Early career consisted of part-time teaching and practice as a Studio Ceramicist; he was awarded an MA in Design from the Royal College of Art in1988. Slee started teaching at Camberwell College of Art in 1990, and was awarded professorship in 1992. Throughout his career he has built an international presence in the USA, Canada, Korea, Japan, Australia and Europe, with his work being represented in numerous collections world-wide. He completed a major commission for Sculpture at Goodwood in 2000, and in the following year was awarded The Jerwood Applied Arts Prize for his contribution to contemporary Ceramics. In 2002, he curated the exhibition 'Sleepers' at The Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro, as part of the Ceramica International Festival. He has recently received an Arts Council Individual Artist Award to further his practice (2006). Richard Slee is represented in the United Kingdom by Barrett Marsden Gallery, London. Artist’s Statement Current Research "Specializing in ceramics as the medium, my interests and practice has evolved from Studio Pottery to a contemporary craft debate with reference to the current positioning of material specializations in visual creativity. Recent developments in my output have seen the use of both the found and non-ceramic materials in works produced questioning past loyalties towards a single material. A formal exploration of the creative use of fired enamels onto metal has been recently undertaken, to expand my personal craft knowledge. The resulting works challenge both the place and purpose of individually produced and crafted works."

Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed:RPE
Your affiliations with UAL:Colleges > Camberwell College of Arts
Date:2010
Related Websites:http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2010-03-11/the-worlds-funniest-art/?cid=topic:topnav:artb, http://www.richardslee.com, http://www.bmgallery.co.uk/slee/slee.htm, http://www.sculpture.org.uk/biography/RichardSlee, http://www.photostore.org.uk/seCVPG.aspx?MID=680&TYPE=MAKER&CAT=MAKER
Projects or Series:Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)
Locations / Venues:
LocationFrom DateTo Date
Armand Bartos Fine Art, New York24 February 201009 March 2010
Material/Media:ceramic
ID Code:2029
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Deposited On:04 May 2010 11:39
Last Modified:06 Oct 2011 15:38
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