Cornelia Parker: One Day This Glass Will Break
Latest works by Turner Prize-nominee Cornelia Parker RA OBE
Antonia Shaw discusses Cornelia Parker's latest experiments in printmaking and reflects upon the influence that pioneering photographer William Henry Fox Talbot has had on her work at large.
Antonia Shaw, Assistant Curator for Hayward Gallery Touring, organised Cornelia Parker: One Day This Glass Will Break. Antonia has worked on numerous exhibitions including Louise Bourgeois: Autobiographical Prints and 11 Drypoints, British Art Show 8, Martin Creed: What's the Point Of It and Tracey Emin: Love is What you Want.
Antonia has curated independent projects such as Photomatter at RichMix, London, contributed to exhibition texts and published an artist book titled Input/Output.
Image credit: Cornelia Parker, Fox Talbot’s Articles of Glass (tagged glasses) (detail), from: Fox Talbot’s Articles of Glass,2016. A set of nine polymer photogravure etchings on Fabriano Tiepolo Bianco 290 gsmpaper. Courtesy and © the artist and Alan Cristea Gallery. Photo: FXP Photography, London, 2017.