Kay Aplin of the Ceramic House in Brighton, who masterminded the Korea-UK Made in Korea ceramic collaboration last year, has completed a 20-minute video documentary of the project. Well worth a viewing in full:
Please browse Kay’s blog of the whole project including the reciprocal exhibition at the Mullae Art Factory in Seoul. In England, the project materialised in Brighton, London and Stoke-on-Trent. A huge and splendid achievement. If you missed the London and Brighton exhibitions, you missed a (very affordable) treat. For some reason I was less than usually diligent in taking pictures of the London exhibition. These few photos were taken on the day the exhibition was being taken down. Encouraging to see all the red dots.