Exploring interior and industrial design through the 1900's the show traces moves in taste, decor and fabrication methodologies over several eras. With the title pulled from Edith Sitwell's 1953 book of poetry of the same name around themes of the unity of life, and the rebirth brought by Spring, aptly timed, the show navigates similar cyclical births and rebirths of design and aesthetic trends in endless loops through the decades. 

Coco Crampton graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2014 with recent shows including 'Kingly Things' in collaboration with Agata Madejska at Chandelier Projects, curated by Gareth Bell-Jones (2015); Handles on Romance & Other Girls also Common Tongue (solo), The Minories, Colchester (2015); Royal Academy Schools Show (2014) & Peachy, Salt+Powell, York (2014). 

Nicole Vinokur graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2015, with recent shows including Pause Patina, Camden Arts Centre, 2015; Red Gate Residency, Beijing, 2015 & Artist/Curator Residency, Grizedale Arts, Cumbria, 2014.