Jenny Cashmore

Arts At Home Creative Assignment
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For the majority of the strictest lockdown period, when exercise was restricted to a daily activity, Jenny took out a different household object with her when she went out for her local daily walk. Titled ‘Walk with a household object’ this saw her slowly liberate various objects from inside her home over an extended period of time. The work considers our relationship to the indoors, and our access to the outdoors. Humorously highlighted by the act of taking indoor objects outside.

For Tŷ Pawbs’ Creative Assignments, Jenny wishes to extend this body of work to “Walk with household objects” by inviting others to participate with the same act over a set period of time. The aim is to build up a collective action happening in various locations. All documentation sent in from participants will be compiled into a collective response that will be shown as part of a group Arts at Home exhibition at Ty Pawb.

Jenny invites you to liberate a household object from the confines of your home, and to take it with you on a walk. Become part of a playful collaborative art work, where we look to liberate as many household objects as possible between the dates of 25th May and 8th June 2020. At a time when we are all spending more time at home, think about your household objects that never get to leave the house. Help them out! Who needs a dog to take for a walk? 


The deadline for submissions to this project has now passed – but you can still take part in lots of other Arts At Home Creative Assignments!

About the Artist

Jenny is a contemporary, multi-disciplinary artist whose work manifests in various forms. She currently lives in the Wye Valley on the border of Wales and England. Her work is largely interested in exploring our sense of place and relationship to place.

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