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Breaking the Mould: Florian Roithmayr in Conversation

Exhibition artist Florian Roithmayr in conversation about the Humility of Plaster project and current exhibition at the Museum of Classical Archaeology
When Oct 26, 2018
from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM
Where Museum of Classical Archaeology, Cast Gallery
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Contact Phone 01223 330402
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Florian Roithmayr's two-year Humility of Plaster project explores moulding and casting as a mode of production, a process of transformation and an art form in its own right, through exhibitions, audio-blog and a book. Join the artist himself in conversation with Lotte Juul Petersen (Artist and Programme Curator at Wysing Art Centre) and Susanne Turner (Curator at the Museum of Classical Archaeology) as they discuss the making of the new commissions funded by the Arts Council, staged as a series of interventions in the atmospheric space of a classical cast gallery.

Free. For adults. Pre-book.

Book online here.

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This event is part of the 2018 Cambridge Festival of Ideas, a season of over 200 events, exhibitions and performances across the City and University of Cambridge.

Find out more about Florian Roithmayr's current exhibition at the Museum of Classical Archaeology. 

Image Credit: Florian Roithmayr, these here withins 02, 2018. ©Florian Roithmayr. Photography by Tim Bowditch

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