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5 February 2016 – 10 June 2016, At the University of Cambridge Library

The horizon is the point of no return: works by Georgie Grace and from the Kettle’s Yard Collection

Two lenticular prints by Georgie Grace (prints that move as the viewer moves past them) and works chosen by the artist from the Kettle’s Yard collection will be on display at the University Library. Georgie Grace has chosen pieces by Alfred Wallis, Barbara Hepworth and the iconic glass disc by Gregorio Vardanega, as well as other art works.

Georgie Grace works with video, text, and installation. Her practice examines shifting modes of attention and experiences of immersion via the interplay between still and moving image. In 2015 she was selected for Jerwood Encounters: 3-Phase, exhibiting new commissions at Eastside Projects, Birmingham, Jerwood Space, London, and g39, Cardiff. She studied Philosophy and Social Anthropology at Cambridge University before completing her MFA at Cambridge School of Art in 2012.

List of works:

Georgie Grace, This Time of Day Can Be Dangerous, 2015

Georgie Grace, This Outside is Already Inside, 2015

Barbara Hepworth, Group of Three Magic Stones, 1973

Gregorio Vardanega, Disc, circa 1960

Italo Valenti, Nr. 81; Pierres de Lune, 1960-69

Tony Giles, Trevaunance Cove, n.d

Eric Moody, Marking Time, 1975

Alfred Wallis, Dark Trees, n.d