Clare Thornton

CLARE THORNTON

SELECTED WORKS

Collaborations

Conversation and cross-disciplinary exchange are crucial elements in my process of making and I collaborate with groups/individuals across diverse fields of art and science to produce new works for public art contexts, museums and galleries nationally and internationally.

Clare Thornton Memorial Residency

Artist opportunity Call-out to go live in November 2019 Before her death, Clare set aside funds to establish a memorial residency opportunity in Plymouth for a mid career artist, such as herself, using her old studio […]

Jun, 10

News about Clare Thornton

It is with great sadness that we announce that Clare passed away in April 2019 following a long illness. A funeral was held on Thursday 2nd May in Plymouth followed by a gathering at KARST, […]

Apr, 17

Absent but Present

Modern Clay, Digbeth First Friday 4 – 25 May 2018 A presentation of selected works for Modern Clay studio based at Grand Union. These works were drawn from my latest body of work ‘Materials of […]

Oct, 09

PEEPSHOW

KARST Studios, Plymouth 23 – 24 September 2017 This latest collaborative project gave audiences a glimpse into the working spaces of current residential artists. PEEPSHOW was an invitation to consider our artistic processes and engage […]

Sep, 07

Sister City

TOPOS, Art Week Exeter 13 – 21 May 2017 The second Sister, Sister exhibition presented the work of Rosie King, Beth Emily Richards, Molly Rooke and Clare Thornton. Sharing on-going projects, research materials, works in […]

May, 15

Staging Post

St Ruman’s Gardens, Inland Art Festival 21st-23rd October 2016 For the Inland Art Festival KARST sent four current studio artists: Carl Slater, Clare Thornton, Paul Hillon and Rosie King, to intervene with the historic site […]

Nov, 28

Counter 2016

Main Hall, Davy Building, Plymouth University Saturday 29th October 2016 Emma Cocker and I return again to Counter the annual artist book event in Plymouth to share new and past publications and launch our new […]

Nov, 28

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