Time Present and Time Past at the William Morris Gallery, was Clare Twomey’s response to William Morris. The work was a live process that took place over 70 days. By transforming the gallery into a live studio, where members of the public worked as apprentices alongside a master gold painter on a William Morris designed tile panel, Twomey’s installation explored how practising a skill can connect us through time and space to other people.
|Date||18 Jun 2016|
|Image credit||Clare Twomey|
|Rights||William Morris Gallery|