This exhibition displays some of the extraordinary pots and plates made by ceramicists Vicky Lindo and Bill Brookes, who won a major prize for this work.
The pieces represent the journey of Vicky’s dad Michael, aka Mick, from Jamaica to Britain, part of the Windrush Generation. He eventually made his way to Wexford in the south east of Ireland, where he lived in a cabin in a wood for some years and where he died.
It’s a story of migration, fractured relationships, sadness and loss, as seen by a daughter who has been and remains intricately involved. It’s her story too.