This August, renowned artist and winner of 2019 Whitegold Prize Quartz Award, Neil Brownsword, has installed new artworks for St Austell at White River Place and Wheal Martyn Clay Works.  This short film shows him at work installing the pieces whilst talking about what inspires his process and what he hopes his work shares with the people of St Austell who experience it.

View the interview above.

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