But it's a long way to go to miss something, so I spent the time instead on the Ursula von Rydingsvard exhibition. You can't miss the first piece of work towering above you as you arrive.
There's a scattering of others around the outside of the centre (although I know now that I missed some more at the Camellia House. What Camellia House? I'll find it next time).
Inside was better. Plenty of wood - plus cow's stomach and acaba paper here and there - and plenty of carve marks showing. They were very immediate, and I liked the effect of tiles when all the beams met just so.