"CraftCube: Twisted Grey Loop" features a set of two synchronized short films which together form a protrait of the work of potter Merete Rasmussen. The film reveals the ceramic processes involved in the creation of the piece entitled "Twisted Grey Loop" and together they form the audio visual content produced by The Light Surgeons for the Craft Coucil's set of touring installations, know as The CraftCube initiative.
In this instant, the film on the top was projected onto a large projection surface on the wall of the CraftCube, while the film on the bottom was presented through large plasma screen embedded into the surface of a display case, which also houses the finished object its self.
The CraftCube initiative presents new and exciting ways of displaying, interpreting and accessing contemporary craft with a focus on new technology.
The programme has been developed to showcase objects from the Crafts Council Collection - CraftCube: Collection - and to champion the work of Research Fellows that are at the cutting edge of contemporary practice - CraftCube: Research. Each CraftCube is an individual display environment, including objects and interpretation.