Alice Chandler: Privet

Publication with limited edition risograph print SOLD OUT

Alice Chandler has written a visual essay to accompany her exhibition Privet at Threshold. 

The publication explores Chandler’s response to developing new sculptures for the outdoor garden space at Threshold, and documents her etymological investigation into the language, myths, histories and aesthetic qualities of the common privet hedge. 

Through making her sculptures for Privet, Chandler has found connections between the privet plant (Ligustrum vulgare) and Suffragette banner making, viruses, decorative mosaics, labyrinths and patchwork quilts. The essay weaves together these ideas and is interspersed with images of Privet in progress.

This visual essay gives a unique insight into Chandler’s research driven studio practice, which is informed by the intersections between art, craft and design and interrogates our relationship with the domestic, functional and wearable.

The publication also includes a signed limited edition risograph print. 

Book dimensions: 22.5 x 16cm
Risograph dimensions: 17 x 13.5cm
Materials: 12 page lazer printed booklet, signed risograph print on 160gsm acid free paper 
Edition Size: 100

Booklets are complimentary for visitors during the opening weekend and pay as you feel when ordering online. We kindly suggest a £5 or £3 donation to cover printing and postage costs. As a not-for-profit, 100% of your donation go towards funding future publications, exhibitions and events at Threshold. 

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