You are warmly invited to join us at the University of Plymouth Marine Station for the opening of an exhibition by Rosie Sherwood.
Rosie, artist in residence at the University of Plymouth's Marine Institute, has spent the last year exploring the South West Coast Path.
Bringing the sea and coastline together An Ever Moving Now explores wildness, rewilding, and our relationship with nature. The project addresses Rosie’s personal experiences, memories and sensations of being embedded in nature, and connects these to the broader concepts of wildness, conservation through rewilding, and shifting baselines. To create the work, Rosie moved between immersive, multi-day hikes along the South West Coast Path, to developing ideas in her Devon-based studio.
On 28 and 29 June, the first chapter of An Ever Moving Now is drawing to a close with an exhibition at the Marine Station in Plymouth. The Marine Station, located on the shores of the Plymouth Sound, sits alongside the South West Coast Path as it runs through the city of Plymouth. This is the perfect location to exhibit the photographs, sculptures, and book art created during the course of the residency.
Registration is not required if you wish to attend the exhibition during the day on Friday and Saturday - please just drop in.
However, if you wish to attend the Private Viewing at the Marine Station on Friday 28 June at 18:00-21:00, please register your attendance via the SurveyMonkey webpage.