Aaron MacPeake was the recipient of the 2014 Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary.

His residency took place at Spike Island, Bristol. 

McPeake works with numerous media from bronze casting to film, photography and sound. His work places emphasis on the possibility for many types of readings and he views the process of making artwork as akin to writing poetry - where the visual imagination is integral to both its making and reception.

He has received a number of private and public art and design commissions and has exhibited widely since 1997. In 2011 he won the Cass Sculpture Prize with his bell bronze works: Some Cuts Resonate and in 2013 McPeake was commissioned by Camden Arts Centre, London.

Click here to watch a talk on Aaron MacPeake's practice and his three-month residency.

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