Ruup & Form is delighted to present Fierce Energy during London Design Festival 2023. Culminating from thoughts on germination and growth- Fierce Energy, showcases works by Naomi Mcintosh and Rachna Garodia.
Naomi Mcintosh creates her new series – Seeds. The new group of work explores the possibility, the power and potential of planting a seed. The sculptures celebrate cycles of growth. The repetitious beech wood forms are meticulously and carefully threaded so they become tapestries and screens of ripples and vibrations. Each arch symbolising extraordinary energy in a single seed. She chose to make this work in her greenhouse at her home in the Cairngorms in Scotland, surrounded by plants as they set seed, tomatoes, aubergines, cucumbers, and pumpkins all grown from seed.
Rachna Garodia’s new work – Sprout celebrates the magical life force – seeds/’bija’ or containment of life. A collection of woven works brought to life while observing seeds as an object of great beauty. Rachna is deeply moved and inspired by this small, silent, magical, and resilient life force, drawn to the power of hope and growth that each little capsule contains within.
Venue: 7 Tilney Court, London, EC1V 9BQ
Opening hours during London Design Festival – 18-23 September Monday-Saturday: 11:00-18:00
Private View :19 Sep 18:30- 21:00
Meet the Artist: 21 Sep 18:30- 20:00
Tuesday – Thursday: 11:30 – 17:00
Monday and Saturday: By appointment
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About Ruup & Form
Ruup & Form is a curatorially led contemporary gallery based in London, working with material-led artists with a focus on suitability. Interjecting art, craft, and design, we present the best in collectible design and craft from across the globe, showcasing unique and limited-edition contemporary works.
Founded by Varuna Kollanethu in 2019, the aim of the gallery is to blur lines between art and crafts, build communities by bringing works to a wider audience and promoting our artists through exhibitions, events, fairs, and educational workshops. The gallery currently works with over 40 artists having built a reputation for the support to its artists, building deep rooted relationships with artists and collectors alike. We have taken on large commissions with corporates and individuals and built trust as an innovative gallery.