Highlighting under the radar arts and culture in Birmingham, UK

Au & Ag

For their last show of 2010 TROVE present in association with Brilliantly Birmingham, Au & Ag, an exhibition by Vicky Cull and Justine Moss.

Vicky Cull will be looking at silver, in a direct response to the site as it was originally the worlds first silver plating factory! She will investigate in particular, its ‘noble’ connotations with queens, armoury, medals etc. Justine Moss who works with gold, will make chandelier sculptures from gold jewellery.

The preview takes place on Thursday 16 December 6-8pm and is then open by appointment between 13-22 December.


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