Kate Morrell @ Kendal Museum, Sep 25 – Mar 26, 2016

, 21 September 2015
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Kate Morrell is presenting a six month exhibition, titled Lustre at Cumbria’s Kendal Museum,  opening September 25 and running to March 26, 2016.

Commissioned in collaboration with Legion TV, the London-based artist will explore “the implications and possibilities that arise when sharing digital collections”, in light of the museum’s own plans to digitise its collection. The exhibition will appear alongside the existing collection, while focussing on the areas of geology and archaeology specifically, and aiming to excavate the often overlooked individuals connected with it.

See Legion TV website for details.**

Kate Morrell, 'Percussion Sequence' (2012).
Kate Morrell, ‘Percussion Sequence’ (2012).

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