Sculpture Exhibition Taps Into Mobile Technology For Enhanced User Experience

Sculpture at Doddington Hall Website by Bazzoo

Bazzoo have been busy finalising sculpture details, with David Waghorne curator of the Doddington Hall’s third biennial sculpture exhibition.

A dedicated website Sculpture at Doddington has been built together which links to Bazzoo’s event app which lists all sculptures and classifies them by artist, material and location.  Sculptors submit details of their exhibits on a specially designed portal  which allows them to individually manage their artworks and add, descriptions, photographs and prices.

A unique programme developed by Bazzoo seamlessess links the data to a mobile app which displays sculptures and identifies their location within the grounds of Doddington Hall.

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In addition Bazzoo has designed a glossy souvenir catalogue which is being produced to accompany the exhibtion  providing interesting background to the event together with photographs of the exhibits and write-ups on featured artists; Rebecca Newnham, whose work exploring energy, sound and mass;  Paul Vanstone with his beautiful marble Talking Heads, Howard Boycott’s extraordinary slate pyramid and Ruth Moilliet’s magical seed heads.

Site specific installations are being created for Doddington Hall by sculptors Chris Eckersley, Lucy Strachan, Linda Johns and Peter Little.

‘Sculpture at Doddington 2016’ takes place between Saturday 30 July and Sunday 11 September (open daily) and represents the chance to enjoy one of the largest exhibitions of outdoor art exhibitions in the country.

There will also be an indoor exhibition located in Doddington Hall’s Granary Barn.