International LEGO® Brick Art
5 October 2019 – 4 January 2020
Brick by Brick is a brand new touring exhibition of work by international artists, designers and photographers who use LEGO® bricks as their medium. The show includes a range of two and three dimensional work in a variety of scales, from jewellery to sculpture and aims to showcase the wide range of creative approaches that artists take when using this iconic construction brick.
Artists represented include Belfast based artist, David Turner, who is exhibiting a poignant installation of 19 replica firearms, making reference to his childhood spent in Northern Ireland during ‘The Troubles’. Ekow Nimako, based in Toronto, Canada exhibits five works from his Building Black: Mythos series, referencing afrofuturism, mythology and West African proverbs. German artists Michael Feindura and Soren Grochau have collaborated as ‘Eat my Bricks’, using LEGO® Minifigures to create large scale, humorous photographs which often have social and political commentary at their heart.
Other artists represented in the exhibition are:
- Brazilian photographer Valentino Fialdini
- ‘Little Big Art’ (Cardiff based artist/designer Andy Morris)
- ‘The Little Artists’ (John Cake and Darren Neave)
- David Hughes
- American born artist Janet Curley Cannon
- Samsofy (French photographer Sofiane Samlal)
- AME72 (Israel based street artist/pop artist)
- Italian artist Zino
- Hannah Gibson
- Michael Brennand-Wood
- Agabag (Poland)
- James Paterson
- Jason Freeny (USA)
- Jonathan Rolph (UK animator)
- German artist Cole Blaq
- Thaneeya McArdle
This family friendly exhibition includes a whole range of opportunities for visitors to get creative with construction bricks and will include a LEGO® wall. We are offering a range of events and workshops, throughout the course of the exhibition, with guest LEGO® specialists sharing their expertise. And not just for children too. We’re also offering adult workshops, for grown up enthusiasts and collectors.
LEGO® Maze Design Competition Winners
As part of the exhibition, we have created an interactive area for children and young people, including a LEGO® graffiti wall and tables, quizzes, a reading corner, and two LEGO® mazes which members of the public can play with. During the summer we invited enthusiasts to design and build prototype mazes in our LEGO® Maze Design Competitions, one run in conjunction with Sir John Nelthorpe School in Brigg, and the other open to the general public.
The winners of this competition were Charles Saxby (12) of Sir John Nelthorpe School, and Rory Longcake (16). Their mazes will be a part of the Brick by Brick touring exhibition for at least the next two years.
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