Megan Sharples is a London based artist who has been working as a freelance knitwear practitioner for the last 6 years. Their work discusses the values of craft and the act of making by hand in a society enamoured by capitalism, consumption and digital technology. By blurring the lines between the digital and the real - placing materiality and the touch of the hand at the forefront of their digital work - Megan explores ways in which technology can be used to support craft and physical making rather than replace it.
8th March 23
11am-2.30pm or 3.30pm-7pm. Click RSVP for tickets!
23rd Feb 23 -> 2nd Mar 23
10am-6pm. Private View 23rd Feb 6pm-9pm
New Bond Street
17th Feb 23 -> 19th Feb 23
February Half term residential for children aged 8-12
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