From July 2015 Wellcome Collection presents a major exhibition of works by artist Alice Anderson: ‘Memory Movement Memory Objects’. Anderson’s sculptures are entirely mummified in copper thread, creating glistening landscapes of beautiful, uncanny and transformed objects. Each piece is an exploration and act of memory. Both the making and display of works interrogate how we create, record, and transform the present and how we imagine the future. Over 100 works woven round with wire are displayed and, uniquely, visitors are invited to contribute to the creation of a new artwork during the run of the exhibition, as a car is mummified in the gallery. ‘Memory Movement Memory Objects’ comprises five areas, the first of which, ‘the Studio’, extends the creative process of the artist’s practice into the gallery. Visitors are able to spend time mummifying a 1967 Ford Mustang and other smaller o

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