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Aaron McPeake:

VII Bienal de Arte Contemporáneo
Centro Centro, Madrid
June – Sept 2018

Collaborative Experiments
The Old Castlemaine Gaol, Victoria, Australia
2018 – 2019

Sensing Culture
The Beaney Museum Canterbury
January – March 2018

Same Same But Different
November 2017
Guest Projects Space

Sweet Gongs Vibrating
San Diego Art Institute
March – May 2016

Garden Commission
Camden Arts Centre, London
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Residency at Spike Island, Bristol
January – March 2014

26 April – 27 October 2013
Extended into 2014

Winner of Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary 2013

Iceland Landscapes, bronze (2007 - ongoing)

A Google Earth image showing the volcanic landscape in Iceland acted as the catalyst for this series of works, titled: Icelandic Landscapes, gong paintings which can ring. Much like the flow of lava, the freezing and oxidising gives each piece its uniqueness.

Since the massive eruption of Iceland’s Eldfell Volcano in 1973, which McPeake witnessed on television in primary school, the artist has had a fascination with the country and its landscape.

Making landscapes - using the open mould pouring process