From Thursday 23rd March 2017 19:30 to Thursday 23rd March 2017 21:00
Join artist Rosie Snell for a talk about her work and inspiration.
For a long time Rosie has held a fascination for militarized landscapes, particularly that strange counterpoint when Brutalist architecture and machinery meets the English countryside.
She moved to Norwich to do an MA at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) in 1994, and after living in Norfolk for several years became accustomed to encountering military machinery at the American airbases, surreally juxtaposed with the ploughed fields and cabbage crops of the Norfolk countryside.
These striking visual counterpoints led Rosie to research, through her practice, how conflicts and technological developments have not only created purpose-built machines but have also had a direct effect on the landscape.
Thu 23 Mar
Tickets £2.50 for NCAS Members, £4 non members.
Tickets on sale soon at www.n-cas.org.uk
The Forum, , Millennium Plain, , Norwich, , NR2 1TF