Join us for an online behind the scenes studio visit at Spike Island. This is a chance to explore artists’ and makers’ studios, to see their working environments, their processes and works-in-progress.
In this studio visit, we meet art fabricators Plenderleith Scantlebury (Mark Plenderleith and Lisa Scantlebury) who were instrumental in producing a number of new works for Veronica Ryan’s exhibition Along a Spectrum.
They talk with exhibition curator Carmen Juliá about their practice, their process of working with artists and offer a unique glimpse into how they fabricated many of the pieces currently on display at Spike Island.
This will be followed by a Q&A with the online audience.
Plenderleith Scantlebury (Mark Plenderleith and Lisa Scantlebury) are experts in mould making and casting with over 40 years of combined experience. From their Bristol-based studio at Spike Island, where they have been based for over two decades, they work on projects with artists, arts organisations, museums, photographers, advertising agencies and creative companies from across the world.