Carrie Reichardt is an outspoken, politically charged and ceramic-slinging artist who leaves a trail of poetry and prose in her wake.
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Carrie Reichardt's award-winning public work reflects her sustained engagement with people, place and politics, with a focus on marginalised groups - and in particular, women and their hidden histories. Reichardt draws on local archival sources to create works that resonate with the communities they are set within and describes her work as a form of “ceramic tapestry” – weaving local people and their histories together.
Reichardt trained at Kingston University and achieved a First Class degree in Fine Art from Leeds Metropolitan. She was Artist in Residence at Camberwell Art College in 2009, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA 2014 and in 2018 was the first visual artist in residence with The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.