For the first of our six-month-long commissions, artist Jemma Egan has designed a loose-parts kit to explore our emotional attachment to objects in our everyday lives.
Drop in to the studio on Sunday afternoons to relax and play with objects themed around non-human family members such as a robot pet dog named Aibo. Sessions are self-directed and open to all, but cater specifically towards children aged 0-5 years.
Please note that the play space is open every Sunday 2-4pm, excluding the last Sunday of the month, when our artist-led workshops take place. Click here for more information about this month’s workshop.
Jemma Egan is an artist based in London. Her work uses objects to contemplate our particular moment in time, investigating ideas and languages of production, consumption, labour and taste. She engages with subjects in a way that considers the terms of their existence within the world. Recent solo exhibitions include Family Member at Lily Booke; Turning to Dust at Assembly Point and It means more to me than most people at the Zabludowicz Collection. She graduated from MA Sculpture at The Royal College of Art in 2015.