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Alison Britton was part of the radical group of RCA graduates in the early 1970s whose work laid the foundations for what became known as "The New Ceramics. " Working from a London studio for more than three decades, Britton also writes, and with Martina Margetts co-curated the contemporary ceramics exhibition The Raw and the Cooked for the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford in 1993. Abstract Britton has selected three snapshots of her practice. The fi rst refl ects some of the themes of Professordoi:10.2752/174967809x416305 fatcat:zwyc7y7lu5ca5e4pvo6r2row54