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Summer student and archivist Sarah Gibbon takes yet another trip into CCBC the archive. Sarah introduces a peculiar character that pops up repeatedly in our historical newsletters. Auntie Vice was an advice yielding conservator and an avid supporter of Warhol’s spicy Torso series. Read on to learn more about Craft Contacts and our dear Auntie Vice.
Amanda Wood tells us about how her latest exhibition started with a single microfibre cloth and grew into a multi media exploration.
Rachael Ashe’s cut works from paper are often met with amazement – How is it possible that something so repetitive and precise is created by hand? In her latest blog entry for the CCBC Rachael reflects on this common perception of her work and the role technology plays in her practice.