The Cut Digital Archive

Coco Crampton

Friday 16th April 2021 - 6:00 pm

The Cut Digital Archive is a series of interviews and talks with artists that have exhibited at The Cut.

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Kasia Posen, herself a local artist, talks to 10 artists to discuss their practice and studio life.

First in the series is Coco Crampton, who exhibited in the Malt Room Gallery in 2010 with Bonne Bouche.

Crampton is a sculptor whose practice co-opts many traditional crafts, evoking a notion of communal activity and small-scale production. She previously studied at Norwich School of Art and Design. She arranges objects into playful landscapes, creating reveries that attempt to keep alive the harmonious idea of freedom in and through production, pointing to artists as a last repository of these ideals. Crampton has developed an aesthetic through processes of borrowing, hijacking and reinterpreting from visionary forms of 20th-century design, art, and architecture.

Coco Crampton b.  1983

Lives and works in London

Represented by Belmacz Gallery

2011 – 2014   Royal Academy Schools, London
2003 – 2005   Norwich School of Art and Design

2020 Domestic Wears, Belmacz Gallery, London
2017 Present Future, Belmacz Gallery, Artissima Art Fair, Turin, Italy 
2016 Bowers: from form to public, Belmacz Gallery, London
2015 Handles on Romance & Other Girls Also Common Tongue, The Minories Galleries, Colchester
2010 Bonne Bouche, The Cut, Suffolk
2007 Swing, OUTPOST Gallery, Norwich

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We're grateful to Arts Council England for funding this project.

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