Sculptor Alice Anderson has mummified a series of objects entirely in copper thread.
The exhibition includes over 100 woven-wire works, arranged into categories dependent on how they have responded to copper mummification. One display, for example, features objects that have remained recognisable under their copper skin: computers, window frames, drawing books and bicycles – as well as as a staircase and a boat.
A contrasting set of objects have been distorted and transformed by the pressure of the wire wound around them, their physical definition lost during the application of copper. There is also a selection of items that have been bound and encapsulated together to make new forms.