SUMMER WINDOW: Dread one day at a time Jo Addison

22 July – 12 September 2020

TINTYPE SUMMER WINDOW 2020
Dread one day at a time brings together into a sealed window space, objects made before and after the UK government’s Coronavirus lockdown. Jo Addison’s work draws on shared cultural memory and evokes an odd, intuitive recognition of familiar things, loosened from their bearings in daily life.

This is the sixth year that Tintype has commissioned an artist to make work that is installed in the gallery’s large, street-facing window during the summer break.

TINTYPE Summer Window: Please note, the gallery is closed for the Summer break.
Jo Addison’s work is viewable from the street

Jo Addison

Dread one day at a time, 2020

Installation view

Jo Addison

Dread one day at a time, 2020

Installation view (detail)

Jo Addison

Dread one day at a time, 2020

Installation view

Jo Addison

Cleeshay, 2020

Jesmonite, cardboard, 22 x 18 x 6cm

Jo Addison

Bucky, 2020

Jesmonite, papier-mâché, diameter 22cm

Jo Addison

Chooda, 2019

Jesmonite, cardboard 36 x 29 x 6cm

Jo Addison

Odea, 2020

Jesmonite, polystyrene, 35 x 20 x14cm

Jo Addison

Chock, 2020

Jesmonite, cardboard 24 x 16 x 7cm

Jo Addison

Looksee, 2020

Jesmonite, cardboard 50 x 50 x 5cm

Jo Addison

Toob, 2020

Jesmonite, cardboard 24 x 9 x 6cm

Jo Addison

Solong, 2020

Jesmonite, MDF diameter 22 x 3cm