Sculpture Installation in the bell tower of St John's church in Scunthorpe. A sound work accompanies the large scale piece composed using recordings of the tower's clock mechanism. The title of the work references the installation's setting reminiscent of medieval reliquaries.

June 21 - August 23 2014



20:21 Visual Arts Centre

Chaos Contained opens on May 3 until July 19, 2014. The breathtakingly delicate detail of the sculptures is set against the soaring architecture of the space giving the works a new sense of scale. Alexis will also be giving a talk on June 21, 1pm.


Chaos Contained opened to the public on January 7th at the University for the Arts in Farnham. A talk given by Alexis on February 21st formed part of the centre's yearly programme as a leading specialist museum and research centre.

January 7 - March 1 2014

Press release: http://csc.ucreative.ac.uk/index.cfm?articleid=41695


As part of the international Frequency Festival 2013 in Licoln, Alexis was commissioned by Threshold Studios to create an installation for the Chad Varah Chapel which is located in Chad Varah House, former theology college where the founder of the Samaritans studied theology. The work explores the relationship between science and religion through sound and object sculpture.

October 17 - 26 2014


National Centre for Craft and Design

Chaos Contained opened on September 7 in its inaugural show of a tour curated by the NCCD. Alexis’ exquisite ceramic sculptures push the technical boundaries of ceramics in breathtakingly delicate detail and reference ideas from life science, evolution, anthropology and sacred art, leaving their meaning open to the viewer.

Spetember 17 - November 17 2013