Recalibration: an exhibition of artworks by Marcus Vergette
About the event
The exhibition will include a new bell sculpture Stone Carillon created during lockdown, comprising playable marble bells hung on an ash wood frame hewn from ash trees suffering from Ash Dieback. It will also feature curated items from the Custom House's historic collection and sapling native broadleaf trees grown by the Saving Devon’s Treescapes community tree nursery.
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Honeyscribe creates artworks and artistic projects exploring biodiversity and the connections between species. We use art as a lens to illuminate our relationship with the natural world, to help imagine healthier communities and connect people to the places where they live. We advocate for the realignment needed in society to reverse environmental destruction. www.honeyscribe.org
Booking: Free admission. Book in advance plus drop in where capacity allows.
Restricted capacity visits: Tuesdays & Thursdays (10am-11am) for vulnerable individuals or anyone preferring to visit the exhibition in limited numbers to support socially distanced access. Masks will be compulsory during these times and the building will be limited to 12 visitors in total.
For the latest information on opening hours, Covid safe access and school, student and community group bookings please visit Exeter Custom House