Hanne Rysgaard is a Bristol-based ceramic designer-maker. She has worked with fine artist Anton Goldenstein to create a ceramic installation inspired by the knowledge that Rupert Brooke ate his last meal on English soil at Avonmouth before departing for the war. It was on display at the exhibition Re-membering II at the Royal West of England Academy.
Hanne and Anton appeared at the First World War Day: Bristol 2014 Arts Projects event on 15 November at Watershed.
My husband and I saw your installation at the RWA on Saturday and found it moving and beautiful. I just want to say that and ask if you are Danish as your name indicates. Because I am Danish and like to admire Danes, when I can. Kind regards.