Retrospective of work by Cass Reader Simone Ten Hompel at Ruthin Craft Centre
Confluence/Konfluenz – a life with metal is an exhibition of work by Simone ten Hompel, Reader in Silversmithing at The Cass at Ruthin Craft Centre, the Centre for the Applied Arts
The exhibition focuses on the remarkable career of Simone ten Hompel, from her early apprenticeship as a blacksmith in Germany to her current role as curator, teacher, artist and maker in London. Her poetic and influential experiments with the language of metal will be shown through fifty objects selected from a thirty-five year career. Curated by independent curator Amanda Game, this retrospective exhibition includes a new film commissioned from artist film maker Matt Hulse, and is supported by the Cass Foundation.
A short video about the exhibition can be seen here