A memorandum is a communication that aids the memory by recording events or observations on a topic. Memoranda are agreements, reminders, plans that refer to the past to inform the future. Through the exhibition Memoranda (2011), curators Tessa Peters and Janice West contend that craft objects offer an excellent opportunity to study the transfer or recreation of memory through artefacts. Innovative artworks by contemporary makers interrogated the complex ideas that objects can carry.

I made a number of new works for this show, including TBOITEOMD and An Incomplete Archive of Unfinished Ideas.

The book which was published to accompany this exhibition is available to purchase from Amazon.

Artists: Maisie Broadhead, Stephen Dixon, Laura Potter, Elaine Wilson
Plus: Selected materials from the Crafts Study Centre archive

Craft Study Centre
University for the Creative Arts
Falkner Street
Surrey GU9 7DS
Exhibition Dates: 26 July to 1 October 2011