Bainbridge Show Oct 2013

The show at the Embassy Tea Gallery was part of Art Licks weekend and an opportunity to see how the pieces related to eachother  in a large space.  – working through print and drawing. This was an award to 2 graduating artists in 2013.

Griffin prize Long List

Getting ready for my  New Graduates show at The Embassy Tea Room Gallery on Union Street Oct 3rd  private view 6-9 I have been Long listed  for the Griffin Prize  and if successful my piece Boundary will be  at the Griffin Gallery.      

nothing and everything

  These recent etchings have been reworked with a blown up digital print that has line blemishes that corrospond with the etching lines suggesting a link between these two very different kinds of seeing.  Both are on hannemule paper and form a set of 6 interlinked images – all relate to the televisation of the Japan Tsumani 2011, although they allude to a general notion of chaos and disaster.  

The Day Remains_ii show 2013

   Not a wasteland was originally made for the Euston Church crypt – Surface exhibition 2011. This instillation at The Peltz Room Gallery shows the piece altered for the space. I took the idea of the church and sacred spaces and drew on influences from the early christian notion of the wood and trees being the first christian/pagan symbols. Referrencing  Albrect Aldorfer an early german romantic landscape artist who first

cut out, black paper

Edge

Cut outs In 2011 I made a series of black silhouette cut outs to explore themes of loss this piece was made from a photograph taken at Chateau Chaumont in the Limousin france. The chateau is abandoned and was used to hide german families and children during the war. I made a short film Chaumont which explored this theme later.   Cut Black paper 100 x 300 cm  

2:2

2:2 This etching was the first Tsunami piece. It references Japanese book woodcuts with the use of the page and gaps between the images. The sliding across the page od the narrative and the subsequent ghost prints that follow on as the piece gradually fades. Again this is a long work which fades as you walk along it. The length is indeterminate and can be longer than six prints each plate

off with their heads grayson perry late

British museum Grayson Perry Late

  Installation / Head – The British Museum 2011   British Museum Great Court 11 Nov 2011 On Friday 11 November 2011, students from the University of the Arts London took over the British Museum for one exciting night curating projects for the public to enjoy that were inspired by the exhibition Grayson Perry’s The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman. In response to the Grayson Perry Exhibition – I wanted to make a piece that

Everything and Nothing series i

This series of single and double chin colle prints reference the debris and detritus left after the Tsunami – The idea that everything is there from life but reduced to dysfunctional objects. The drawings on the plates were made from composite photographs which were taken from still and moving images. I wanted to reflect this in the way the image was made and to play with this by increasing the