Over this festive season Poole Museum are showing the beautiful, thoughtful Voyage exhibition, providing an opportunity for reflection and tranquillity amidst the clamour of the season.
Voyage: Exploring the Human Voyage through Life brings together sculpture and works on paper made over the last 15 years by artist André Wallace accompanied by the music of Susie Hodder-Williams and Chris Caldwell.
The fusion between what can be seen and heard in the exhibition offers a deep and meaningful emotional experience and promises to connect with people of all ages and interests.
The exhibition has received wonderful responses from visitors; it is certainly an experience not to be missed.
“Beautifully crafted, spiritual work”
“Very thought provoking. The music added to the stillness of the subject.”
“The whole ambience of the exhibition affected me deeply. The shapes and sounds weave together.”
With only a few weeks left before the exhibition closes, this is the last chance for visitors to be able to view the beautifully crafted sculptures, large-scale drawings and listen to the sounds of a specially crafted soundscape.
Cllr John Challinor, Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Culture, Borough of Poole, said:
“We are delighted to announce that Voyage has been incredibly well received. We encourage people to make the most of this final opportunity to see the thought-provoking exhibition before it’s too late. The busy Christmas and New Year’s period is the perfect time to pause and reflect, take in the captivating artwork and enjoy the music in this gallery experience.”
The museum is open Monday-Saturday 10-4 and Sunday 12-4, with the exception of Christmas Eve afternoon, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, when the museum will be closed.
The exhibition runs from 20 October 2018 to 6 January 2019.