18 October to 5 December
Open daily, 12–5pm

An echo imprinted is a new solo exhibition from artist Robert Foster-Jones as part of the Test Space programme. The exhibition is curated by Elizabeth Brown.

Explore an online iteration of the exhibition by clicking here.

Robert Foster-Jones: An echo imprinted

Bringing together work in ceramics and sound, with results
from experiments in photogrammetry software, An echo imprinted reflects on the cave as a point of origin, both culturally and spiritually.  

The installation draws upon Foster-Jones’ recent experiences of becoming a father himself and the loss of his own father, to contemplate how we remember, commemorate, and how fleeting memories 
can leave an indelible mark, or become abstracted in time.  

A performance at Wysing’s outdoor grounds marked the opening of An echo imprinted on 16 October.  

The exhibition runs in tandem with and then, a harrowing, bringing together work by Linda Stupart, Carl Gent and Kelechi Anucha.

An echo imprinted is supported by Arts Council England.

Robert Foster-Jones (b. 1989, Wegberg, Germany) is an artist based in Cambridgeshire and has been a studio artist at Wysing Arts Centre since 2017. His work explores the role of the artist as a conduit for revealing hidden forms of knowledge.

Foster-Jones is interested in different religious practices and spiritual beliefs, using influences from his research to create work in sculpture, installation, text and performance.

Foster-Jones has exhibited nationally and internationally, including recent exhibitions and projects:

Interesting Times in Venice, London Metropolitan University, London (2020), Steward Research Fellowship, awarded by The British Council and Wysing Arts Centre, Venice Biennale (2019), Home Residency, New York, USA (2019), Enshrine, The Crypt Gallery, London (2018), Solve et Coagula, Test Space: Spike Island, Bristol (2017), Supermarket Art Fair, Svarta Huset, Stockholm, Sweden (2016), Horizon, Roaming Room, London (2016) and Monument, FRAC Basse-Normandie, Caen, France (2014).

About Robert Foster-Jones

Our team will be wearing masks and we ask you to continue wearing masks indoors (unless you are exempt). Sanitiser points and spare masks are available around the site. Social distancing is in place and capacity to the exhibition spaces will be monitored. Toilets will be available in our buildings with antibacterial wipes and spray.

Access Information  

The outdoor grounds at Wysing are uneven and have varying surface textures, which may cause some difficulty for unaccompanied wheelchair users.

Work in the exhibition and then, a harrowing by Linda Stupart, Carl Gent and Kelechi Anucha in Amphis is also available to view on a monitor in reception, as Amphis is not wheelchair accessible.

Accessible parking and toilets are available.

If you have other access requirements
that you would like to check with us before booking, please get in touch with Ceri Littlechild, Wysing’s 
Head of Operations, at:  
and we will be happy to help. 

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