Matt RoweArtist, Maker, Technician, Gallery educator
Matt Rowe's object based practice is focused on vernacular symbols, language and folklore. He often combines various disciplines, ceramics, model making and textiles to produce sculptural costumes, props and artifacts that play with notions of regional and local identity. He uses his costumes and props as a means to create unexpected structures in the landscape that echo with associations of storybook read full statement
|Location||Folkestone, South East|
|Activities||Early years education, Primary education, Secondary education, Higher education, Further education, Adult education, Special needs education, Lecturing, Practice-based research, Residencies, Workshops, Learning programmes, Community arts, Community consultation, Participatory projects, Public art, Curating, Gallery education, Technical installation, Film-making, Photographic documentation|
|Artforms / type of project||Education project, Ceramics, Participatory, Photography, Sculpture|
News & Events
21/11/2014 – 03/11/2015
Strange Cargo, 8 The Old High Street Folkestone CT20 1RL United Kingdom
Beyond Savage present a series of works that expand on notions of Romanticism. The exhibition tracks anecdotal threads of the Romantic movement from its gothic origins to the present day.
29/10/2014 – 07/11/2014
Sassoon Room Folkestone
Time Bleeds Private view Thursday The 9th October 6:00 - 8:00 PM THE SASSOON ROOM, FOLKESTONE LIBRARY Featuring works by: Viola Films, Helen And Colin David, Matt Rowe, Simon Pruciak.