For a second year, Brocket Gallery London presents its vibrant summer installation programme at their Kennington project space.
Showcasing progressive and groundbreaking artists through the month of August, this year Summer Scoops hands over complete control to exceptional print maker, Sarah Gillett to curate the space in a way for the audience to more intimately engage with her work.
Gillett's ‘environments for close encounters‘ earned her a Distinction in her MA Printmaking at the royal College of Art in 2015. This year she presents a dynamic body of work entitled Quarry, in which she examines Paolo Uccello's painting 'The Hunt in the Forrest (1470) as the basis for a new series combining printmaking, needlepoint and collage. Using her interest in landscape and geology she has quarried material from the painting and its making, playing with form, storytelling and language.