The Long Gallery, Croome Court, 2015
Plaster, site specific installation, 2015
"There are ten niches carved into the walls of Croome’s Long Gallery. In the past these niches held life-sized neoclassical sculptures of gods and goddesses. These sculptures have since been sold, lost or destroyed and the niches have been empty for more than sixty years. Nine contemporary artists have been invited to make new sculptural works for this room taking these original sculptures as starting points. Their commissioned pieces will be site-specific, responding to the special character, histories and details of Croome, now managed by the National Trust."