Clare Twomey, an artist who uses clay, in conversation with choreographer Siobhan Davies.
‘I am really excited about time, the possession of time and the discussion of time that might occur in my work or in Siobhan's work.’
Clare Twomey is a British artist who works with clay in large-scale installations, sculpture and site-specific works. Over the past 10 years she has exhibited at the Tate- UK, Victoria and Albert Museum – UK, Crafts Council-UK, Museum of Modern Art Kyoto-Japan and the Eden Project 2008.
She is actively involved in critical research in the area of the applied arts, including writing, curating and making. She has developed work, which expands the fields’ knowledge of larger scale installation.
She is an AHRC research fellow at the University of Westminster and currently investigating the impact of installation works in clay and craft practice, and the wider contemporary significance of this emerging practice in the visual arts.