Cicatrix exhibition

Scar Drawing - Prudence Maltby

Three Wiltshire artists living on the fringes of Salisbury Plain collaborate to give an alternative insight to the WW1 legacy – incorporating installation, drawing and film to mark the centenary in a free exhibition at Trowbridge County Hall in July and August and at the Young Gallery Salisbury in September and October.

Henny Burnett, Prudence Maltby & Susan Francis present work united by the concept of scarring; the physical marks left behind on the landscape, and then the other scars, obscured but clearly evident as memories mapped within those who’ve experienced conflict.

This unusual perspective culminates in a touring exhibition of three parts beginning in Wiltshire and offering accompanying artist-led workshops. Cicatrix is funded by The Arts Council England, Wiltshire Council and supported by the First World War Centenary.

For more information about this please contact arts@wiltshire.gov.uk

Monday 14 July – Monday 25 August @ County Hall
Saturday 30 August – Saturday 4 October @ Young Gallery Salisbury

Webiste: http://www.cicatrix.co.uk
Twitter: @cicatrixart
Facebook: Cicatrix

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