As part of London Craft Week, London College of Fashion, UAL, presents Footnotes, an exhibition of artist responses to the College's historic shoe archive, which will reveal objects from the archive for the first time - including 1930s orthopaedic footwear, silk slippers from the 1800s and even a shoe made for a sheep.
Artists Eelko Moorer, Ellen Sampson, Linda Brothwell and Laila Diallo have produced new works inspired by the remarkable history of the selected shoes, revealing new interpretations of historic objects under the guise of five categories – Scale, Balance, Fragility, Singled Out and Common/Uncommon.
The exhibition is hosted by the National Trust's historic Sutton House in Hackney. Visit their website
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Admission is £7 adults, £3.50 children. Under 5s and National Trust Members Free. Family Ticket Available.
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