CLAUDIA BORGNA FEATURED IN INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE EXHIBITION
Claudia Borgna ARBS is exhibiting at the tenth annual exhibition of international sculpture at the University of Leicester, UK, entitled ‘A Decade of Sculpture in the Garden’.
This highly popular exhibition, which takes place in the idyllic setting of the University’s Botanic Garden, will run until Sunday 30th October 2011.
Claudia Borgna whose site-specific installation ‘Weep me to Hollow Tears’ is on display, studied literature at Genoa University and Fine Art at London Metropolitan University. Claudia travels worldwide with her medium: recycled plastic bags. She sets them in ephemeral installations to interact with the surrounding environments. The creation of new artificial landscapes is her means to attempt to understand the ‘nature’ of our world.
Work by more than sixty sculptors will be on display at ‘A Decade of Sculpture in the Garden, from the USA, Germany, Iceland, Italy, France and the UK, with a number of sculptures by members of the Royal British Society of Sculptors.
‘A Decade of Sculpture in the Garden’ will run until Sunday 30th October. Normal Botanic Garden opening times are 10am-4pm Monday-Friday all year (except for the Christmas-New Year period) and on Saturday and Sunday from the third weekend in March to the second weekend in November. Admission is normally free except for special Open Days. The entrance to the Garden is in Glebe Road, Oadby, Leicester.
A full list of sculptors follows:
Laurence Ambrose, Mary Anstee-Parry, Michael Dan Archer, Rosemary Barnett, Richard Baronio, Alison Barwick, Mark Beattie, Nicola Beattie, Helaine Blumenfeld, Claudia Borgna, Ralph Brown, Jon Buck, Ian Campbell-Briggs, John Sydney Carter, Peter Carter, Lynn Chadwick, Frédéric Chevarin, Peter M Clarke, Angela Conner, Terence Coventry, Stephanie Davies-Arai, Jon Edgar, Richard Fenton, Robert Fogell, Ken Ford, Bill Forster, Susan Forsyth, Angela Godfrey, Lorna Green, Charles Hadcock, William Harling, Stephen Hitchin, Derek Howarth, Steve Hurst, Polly Ionides, Rick Kirby, Robert Koenig, Margaret Lovell, Jeff Lowe, Michael Lyons, Diane MacLean, Ian Marlow, Barry Mason, John W Mills, Nick Moran, Gudrun Nielsen, Denis O’Connor, Austin J Orwin, Rita Phillips, Louise Plant, Tony Roberts, Peter Sainty, Inger Sannes, Brele Scholz, Andrew Smith, James Sutton, Jilly Sutton, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Richard Thornton, Julia Vance, Sheila Vollmer, Peter Walker, Jacek Wankowski, , Olive Wootton.
Notes to Editors: Further details are available from: Stella Couloutbanis, Visual Arts Manager, Embrace Arts, Richard Attenborough centre,
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