To coincide with ‘Space, Light and Time: Edward Woodman, A Retrospective, Anya Gallaccio (b.1963) has recreated her extraordinary installation ‘All the rest is silence’, that was originally created for Sadler’s Wells in London in 1999.
Indigo dye slowly suffuses 7-metres of chappa silk, suspended in front of the window that overlooks Guildhall Square below.
Anya Gallaccio creates ephemeral site-specific installations that change over time. Using a wide range of organic materials such as cut flowers, fruit, chocolate, ice, and salt, Gallaccio’s installations evolve through a process of transformation and decay. Due to their temporary nature, many of Gallaccio’s installations only live on in the memory and through photographic records, many of which were captured by the photographer Edward Woodman.
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