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Become an Object

27th April - 1st June 2024

Exhibition information: Become an Object – introducing the exhibition | DRIFT Journal – Become an Object (Guide) | Upper Gallery Floorplan | Lower Gallery Floorplan

“From the sculptor’s point of view one can either become the spectator of the object or the object itself. For a few years I became the object.” Barbara Hepworth

An exhibition of four emerging artists from across the country, brought together at Tremenheere Gallery to display sculpture born from surprising combinations of material and process with unexpected outcomes.

Thinking about the processes these materials have undergone to become the objects we see today, this exhibition invites viewers to discover how they can experience and relate to contemporary sculpture, and what an embodied act of becoming the object might involve.

Become an Object will include work by Will Cruickshank, Jemma Egan, Jesse Pollock and Jonathan Michael Ray. Curated by Martin Holman and Jonathan Michael Ray.

Tremenheere Gallery will be open Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 4pm, for the duration of this exhibition (also open both May bank holiday Mondays – 6th and 27th). The exhibition will be launched with an opening event on Friday 26th April, 6 – 8pm – all welcome to attend, no need to book. Entry to Tremenheere Gallery is FREE.

Generously supported by the Henry Moore Foundation.

Featured image: Wound Frame No.4, Will Cruickshank

Cave Hymn


Wound Frame No. 4

Triple Rhombus

Sheer Teeth

Golden Vortex

No Turning Back

Open Loop Twist

Large Flask.

Under Raking Light

Burial Ground

Sliced Spindle Series 1: No.21.

Sliced Spindle Series 1: No. 14

Sliced Spindle Series 1: No. 15





Pink flask



The Voice in the Shadow

Neither Nor






Settlement (red)

Settlement (yellow)

Inside Outside

100mph Within

Streaming Within