Bridgette Ashton

dsc_0007Bridgette Ashton
17th – 29th October
The Cornish Studies Library
Opening hours during the festival: 10.00 – 17.00 on Friday, 10 – 16.00 on Saturday

Bridgette Ashton’s work depicts places and narratives, sometimes real and at other times invented. Her practice includes sculpture, print and participatory works often employing low fi materials to make time-consuming, elaborate outcomes. In recent projects she has engaged with redundant or overlooked sites, objects and archives, making scale-models, depictions and proposals.
For Inland she presents ‘Model for Hocking’s Cross Course Touring Visitor Experience’, referencing historic archive plans of Wheal Buller Mine.