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Kettle’s Yard is delighted to announce the appointment of Claude Heath as Kettle’s Yard and Christ’s College Artist Fellow 2002-2003.
Claude Heath has rightly been recognised as one of the most outstanding artists of his generation, bringing to his work a lively intelligence and a radical sense of experimentation. Employing such unconventional strategies as a blindfold to make drawings by touch using contour lines to describe an object, or drawing upon surfaces hidden from view, Heath attempts to close the gap between sensation and its transcription in visual form. These experiments in drawing often serve as starting points for larger scale works, including paintings and wall-drawings, whose size offers new interpretations of the imagery.
This exhibition is the most comprehensive to date, and marks the appointment of Claude Heath as Kettle’s Yard and Christ’s College Artist Fellow 2002-2003.
Further information about Claude Heath may be found on his website – click here.