Kettle’s Yard at the Alison Richard Building
23 JANUARY – 24 MARCH 2017
Displays that take inspiration from the juxtaposition of art works and objects in the Kettle’s Yard House, will occupy the Alison Richard Building. When Jim Ede created Kettle’s Yard in 1957, he arranged artworks, found objects and furniture in ways that simultaneously responded to, and influenced, the viewer’s movement around the spaces – challenging conventional experiences of viewing art in galleries. These conventions will be further tested by installing artworks and objects from the Kettle’s Yard Collection within the dynamic, multifunctional spaces of the Alison Richard Building.
Curated by Josephine Waugh, 2nd Year Undergraduate Student, History of Art, University of Cambridge
Exploring the Display: Free Talk
A free talk by Josephine Waugh accompanies the exhibition and will take place on the 1st of February at 5pm in the Alison Richard Building.