Pleasant Land

Anna Brass
Anna Brass has spent the last year in Rome looking at cream cakes and thinking about potholes.

She has made body of work that moves between two and three dimensions: lumpy images and pictorial sculpture.

In Pleasant Land these objects and images have shuffled and assembled themselves into a landscape. An Anglo-Italian garden scattered with debris and disembodied bits of body. Gnawed arms, magic heads, Byzantine feet. Things have begun to pile up on top of each other: slabs of marble and mortadella, Roman weeds, English rats, primordial rocks, parallel dimensions, a tired pot, proliferating future-cities, expensive shoes, a pilgrim badge, burning mountains, clods of earth and ancient floor sweepings.
Opening 7th November 2019 - 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Open 8th November - 24th October by apointment