Alison Cooke works with clay dug from interventions such as mining, engineering or scientific research. Her work revolves around the layers of history below a location, with a particular focus on hidden networks where histories relate to, and impact on our lives today. Her work is project based and often includes public engagement and involvement of other artists. She is a founding member of ceramics collective the Associated Clay Workers Union, and member of the Royal Society of Sculptors.
- Working site responsively with dug clay
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- Available for commissions