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Spoon Lady by Denise de Cordova / jaggedart Gallery

Denise de Cordova was born in Birkenhead in 1957. She trained in sculpture at Brighton Polytechnic and the Royal College of Art, and was awarded a Rome Scholarship in 1983.

She was a Henry Moore Foundation Fellow at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts in 1984, and was made a Fellow at the Royal College of Art in 2006, where she teaches on the Sculpture programme. De Cordova works in many different sculptural mediums, as well as heavily embroidered drawings and woodblock prints. She also produces ceramics which she makes under her nom de plume Amy Bird.

For the past five years, De Cordova has been walking, often alone in the deep woods and forest spaces of British Colombia, visiting First Nation and Settler communities as part of an ongoing preoccupation with wilderness and remoteness. Through her work, de Cordova considers how the idea of the female figurative sculpture can express landscape narratives, intercultural exchange and blended identities that draw upon European and non – European sources which allude to terra mater mythologies and folk traditions.

£420.00

£420.00

Specifications

Year

2019

Materials

Ceramic

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