thoughts, words & dreams charts the journey of "This Too Will Pass" by Tim Scrace. Presented as a mindful compendium of hope in these troubled times this book offers insights into the creation of the artwork and preserves its interactions. The exhibition, of the same name, combines the best of Tim's sculpture and "This is my Hope," a photography competition run by Alabaré during lockdown.
Profits from sales of this book will be put into a community fund. 50% will be used to support and build partnerships with local charities such as Alabaré, and 50% will provide access to art and architecture through creative workshops and artwork.To secure your limited edition book and support this venture please order using the link above. Order now to see whether your words of wisdom feature.
Drawing on the collective consciousness experienced by recent events. The fusion of these two projects promises to offer to a compelling reflection on our times and an opportunity to look forward to better. The exhibition will run from Saturday 2nd - 9th July (PV on Friday 1st July - eventbrite link to follow) at the Vanner Gallery, a new contemporary art venue.
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Featuring photograpy by Ash Mills and videography from Brunton Media.
Video below of exhibition by @timscrace on instagram
THIS TOO WILL PASS by Tim Scrace, was installed in the High Street in Salisbury in May 2021. The installation is in three parts and encourages people to move between the inter-related parts inviting them to stop and reflect on their past, present and future. Over the two months of install, the sculpture was seen by over 90,000 people with 3,000 interactions. This Too Will Pass
Alabaré ran THIS IS MY HOPE as a national photography competition during lockdown, asking people to convey what their sense of hope was, for their life, community, and our world. For some it was their appreciation for our beautiful world, be it a magical place they were looking forward to seeing once more, or beautiful people they were unable to see. Rebecca Mullen, Fundraising & Development Manager says, “We launched the photo competition at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, never anticipating just how much as the year draws to a close it would still be impacting our lives. The natural world featured heavily and maybe there is something about a beautiful view to help us get a sense that this too will pass."This is my hope
The community fund and future projects will be managed by Scrace Architects. For more information please contact the team on 01722 658048. SCRACE ARCHITECTS are a creative consultancy that works with clients and communities to challenge perspectives, educating and promoting better environments and a more sustainable way of life.Scrace Architects