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Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, clay works in progress with inspiration from the collections in the background, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October clay works in progress with inspiration from the collections in the background, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, Liam asks “What is your ideal museum design?”: a museum with a lovely garden and a very popular cat themed museum. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April Liam asks “What is your ideal museum design?”: a museum with a lovely garden and a very popular cat themed museum. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, Liam with a visitor to his gallery demonstration.  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April Liam with a visitor to his gallery demonstration. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, waiting to meet visitors at the door to the studio. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October waiting to meet visitors at the door to the studio. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, unwrapped from the plastic temporarily for a photo then covered back up and left to dry. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October unwrapped from the plastic temporarily for a photo then covered back up and left to dry. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, the result! After two hours the rubble has left its shadow and the exposed paper has darkened. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April the result! After two hours the rubble has left its shadow and the exposed paper has darkened. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, liquid porcelain has been put into the grooves and now the piece is left to dry. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October liquid porcelain has been put into the grooves and now the piece is left to dry. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, a fresh piece of photographic paper with a small pile of rubble on top to make a photogram during the gallery demonstration.© Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April a fresh piece of photographic paper with a small pile of rubble on top to make a photogram during the gallery demonstration.© Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, visitors with their piece of the V&A. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April visitors with their piece of the V&A. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, new plaster and wood experiements in the studio. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October new plaster and wood experiements in the studio. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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