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Afternoon Tea

By  Henny Burnett 2020 - 2021

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‘The house protects the dreamer’ was a collaborative exhibition with artists Emma Gregory and Esme Clutterbuck and took place at Safehouse 2 in London. ‘Afternoon Tea’ was an installation piece made in the sitting room of a semi derelict house in London and was concerned with the fragility of memory and aging. Two found slides from the 1960s were projected onto the peeling walls of the house one of a group of elderly women having tea, which incorporated a pooling plaster cast of flowing fabric, and the other of a potted plant. On a stool in the middle of the room was a pair of cast wax shoes, a memory of a fairy tale.

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