Inflorescence and Other Artefacts
Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize Winner Marcin Rusak
25.06.15 - 01.08.15
This summer Contemporary Applied Arts will play host to the exhibition of the 2015 Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize winner. Founded by Champagne Perrier-Jouët to support emerging talent in the field of contemporary craft, the Arts Salon award is presented annually to an up and coming talent on the craft horizon.
This year’s winner is London-based artist Marcin Rusak, whose multidisciplinary work is routed in the history and science of flowers and uses storytelling methods to investigate materials and the process of making to explore and re-imagine the overlooked details of our lives.
Please click here for more information about the prize.
'Fragrance', distilled roses, mouth blown glass, resin
'Waste Flower Textile', silk, waste flowers, glass, wood
'Flower Monster', nylon, anodized aluminium and glass & ‘Botany, Plate 2’, monoprint on paper
'Perishable Vase 1, May 2014', waste flowers, tree resins, shellac, flour and beeswax
- CAA Exhibitions