The works of James Hugonin may best be approached through a musical sensibility.
In conversation with conductor Nicholas Cleobury, Hugonin introduces a programme of music that inspires his work, including a new commission by Howard Skempton performed by David Campbell (clarinet), Sarah-Jane Bradley (viola) and Jonathan Ayerst (piano).
Part of the 'And our eyes scan Time' exhibition, which is showing the works of James Hugonin and Ian Stephenson.
James Hugonin will also be giving an Artist's Talk on his artistic process on 24 February.
(Above) Wooler Studio, Northumberland. Photo: John McKensie, courtesy the artist and Ingleby Gallery