17th 18th and 25th 26th October 2021 (more info follows)
An exhibition of performance and sculpture
In this solo exhibition Isobel Smith makes ridiculous or desperate attempts to unpick the strictly rational and shake off her tamed and civilised self.
Modern human conventions would have us walking down the middle of our lives, not stopping to sniff or lick it, or roll and rub up against it. In the extraordinary setting of Glynde Place, a stately home in East Sussex, familiar objects and actions are disrupted in an invitation to reconnect with the nonhuman world through contemporary performance and sculpture.