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