Submission
Marianne Walker

Kin

Kin is an installation of 13 three-dimensional drawings at Sewerby Hall and Gardens in Northern England. Each of the drawings relates to the history of the area, from the Jurassic to the 20th Century.


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Marianne Walker, Kin, 2022, pencil and ink on sculpted paper clay various dimensions
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Marianne Walker, Beast, 2022, pencil on sculpted paperclay, 20 x 12 x 4cm
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Marianne Walker, Dino Foot, 2022, 25 x 11 x 10cm
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Marianne Walker, Hilds Hair, 2022, ink on sculpted paperclay
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Marianne Walker, Molten Lumpen,2022, ink and pencil on sculpted paperclay, 60 x 70 x 20cm
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Marianne Walker, Mermaid's Foot, 2022, pencil on sculpted paperclay, 19 x 10 x 7cm
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Marianne Walker, Replica Beaker People Pot, 2022, ink on sculpted paperclay, 12 x 10 x 15cm
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Marianne Walker, Replica Roman Face Pot, 2022, pencil on sculpted paperclay, 40 x 20 x 20cm
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Marianne Walker, Root, 2022, pencil and ink on sculpted paperclay,33 x 29 x 20cm
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Marianne Walker, The Metamorphosis of Amy J, 2022, pencil on sculpted paperclay 36 x 14 x 9cm
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Marianne Walker, The Ouze Casket, pencil on sculpted paperclay 20 x 22 x 12cm
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Marianne Walker, The Penitent, 2022, pencil on sculpted paperclay 22 x 12 x 7cm
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Marianne Walker, Sentient, 2022, ink and pencil on sculpted paperclay, 16 x 15 x 14cm
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Marianne Walker, Vanitas, 2022, pencil on sculpted paperclay, 17 x 14 x 14cm

Marianne Walker is an award-winning contemporary artist who was born in Bridlington in 1970 and is currently based in London.
Her practice is an exploration of drawing in conversation with the material remains of the past. She is fascinated by the malleability of history and the storytelling possibilities of archaeology.

The title of Walker’s installation, Kin, points to the shared cultural and archaeological histories found in the landscape of East Yorkshire.
She has made a number of new fragmentary three-dimensional drawings that build on these histories.

The work spans eons of time referencing the Jurassic, Mesolithic, Iron Age, Roman and early Medieval eras. In addition important figures from East Yorkshire such as St Hilda and Amy Johnson are referenced, as well as works that use recognisable objects such as ceramics for playful extrapolations of drawing.