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ASCEND By Bruce Rowe At Hub

15th May, 2018

The founder and director of Anchor Ceramics explores balance, form, and scale in his new show at Hub.

Hub Furniture presents a new exhibition by Bruce Rowe, ASCEND, in their new Abbotsford showroom, with a special capsule collection exhibiting at The Hub General Store in Collingwood.

The founder and creative director of the rather visionary ceramics studio, Anchor Ceramics, Bruce is recognised in the design world as a significant contributor with his contemporary practice.

In ASCEND, Bruce has created geometric slab-built pieces that are architectural in their essence and explore balance, form, and scale. There is both a depth and delicacy as well as an element of mystery to these one-off works that offer multiple vantage points to stairs, voids, gateways, bridges, corridors, and paths!

Following their hugely-popular installation with Turkish-American artist, Geronimo,  The Hub General Store continues to showcase established talent alongside their eclectic retail edit.

ASCEND by Bruce Rowe
May 18th-June 15th

Hub Abbotsford 
16/28 Duke Street
Abbotsford, Victoria

Hub General Store
36 Cambridge Street
Collingwood, Victoria

 

15th May, 2018

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