Cleo Mussi’s life-size mosaics immerse you in an evolutionary and historical timeline. They explore how the British ceramic landscape has changed and evolved. Mussi’s current work explores plants, weeds and seeds used for culinary, medicinal purposes introduced through human migration since pre-history, often tied up with traditional folklore, fairy tales, superstition and agricultural toil. These plants are now so familiar they are incorporated into our rich and diverse cultural history. Mussi’s ceramic installations are created from reclaimed tableware; the inherent qualities forms, patterns (often floral) and glazes gleaned from the last two hundred years of British Ceramic Industry.