Shoreditch Design Triangle
17th – 25th September, 2016
Late Night Opening Tuesday 20th Until 8pm
It’s nearly time for Town House Edit 16, part of Shoreditch Design Triangle 17th – 25th September. Local florists Katie and Terri, founders of Worm London, will be selling flowers here that week, as well as hosting a flower arranging workshop at Town House on Saturday the 17th September and talking about the art of the table at our themed dinner here on Wednesday 21st September, the first in a series of dinners and talks this autumn with Season Supper Club.
To book your place on A Flower Workship with Worm, please visit the Worm website.
To book your place on Flowers and The Art of the Table, please complete our contact form.
Town House will feature a bespoke window display by Isobel Church as part of the Shoreditch Design Triangle from 17th – 25th Setember. Ode to Erin and Daniel is a series of paper reliefs cast from meteorological imagery of hurricanes Erin and Daniel and is an act of remembrance for the passing of these fleeting, yet continual phenomena. Each cast represents a form of memorial stone, tracing the extreme turbulence of the eyewall alongside the calm inner eye of the cyclone and preserving them for posterity in the fragile medium of paper. With their anthropomorphic names, these pieces might alternatively be seen as portraits: records of turbulent, ephemeral lives. Isobel will also be exhibiting a series of multi-media works and prints at Town House centered on the Moon and Mars.
Isobel Church is a London-based sculptor, who recently completed an MA with distinction at the Royal College of Art. With a background in Anthropology and Chinese art, her work draws on scientific mapping and discovery through the lens of ritual and material culture. Church is interested in how an object can bring the unfathomably large or ancient into the realm of the intimate and familiar, creating tactile connections with that which is vast, distant or ineffable. Combining traditional methods with modern technology, the works include a variety of materials, from porcelain and Chinese ink to concrete and found objects. Read more about Isobel at www.isobelchurch.com.
Edit 16 will also feature St Jude’s the printmakers and publishers, with their collection of printed fabrics, cushion covers and wallpapers inspired by plant forms, seed heads and the natural landscape. They will be launching new prints, fabrics and wallpapers by Angie Lewin, Mark Hearld and Christopher Brown on Tuesday 20th September.