08019 | David Ogle, 2013 | fluorescent fishing line, ultraviolet light, weather balloon | installation view: Royal British Society of Sculptors: Subterranean, Waterloo tunnels, London, 2013 | image: Anne Purkiss

David Ogle: In Another Light, Croft Castle & Parkland, Herefordshire

Croft Castle & Parkland, Herefordshire
1 November 2014 – 22 March 2015

Mark Devereux Projects’ artist David Ogle has been commissioned to make a new body of works for In Another Light at Croft Castle & Parkland, Herefordshire from 1 November 2014 – 22 March 2015.

During the darkest months of the year, Meadow Arts and the National Trust will present In Another Light, an unusual contemporary art programme at Croft Castle, Herefordshire. Croft is a formidable stone manor house set in an exceptional landscape, which holds the memory of 3,000 years of British history.

With new immersive, sculptural light pieces from the exciting young artist David Ogle, In Another Light will unfold, both within the castle and throughout the surrounding park and woodlands.

Even in the cold light of day, Croft Castle and the surrounding landscape are mesmerising, though as night falls and familiar landmarks recede, Croft reveals more hidden depths. Significantly, the exhibition and supporting events are programmed following the lunar calendar and major pagan festivals.

Offering a rare chance to experience Croft at its most atmospheric, the Castle and grounds will open for special weekend evening viewings, with a programme of live art and performance events. Further details will be confirmed this autumn.

Further information


For more information on the artists & exhibition go to www.meadowarts.org or visit nationaltrust.org.uk/croftcastle for times and prices.

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