My own work presented as an installation. Utilising the gallery floor as an environment mirroring the landscape in which i inhabited and where the stones themselves were taken from. I choose to utilize the space presented to me to resolve my work. Presenting work in this way generates an awareness of environmnet, space and place, drawing attention to the reasoning behind the work itself.
Wednesday, 20 June 2012
|The Interdisciplinary Graduates|
|James Hirst 'If You Cared to Look'|
|Claire Selman 'Perspectives'|
|Gina Stockwell 'In Preperation'|
|Varsha Cohen 'Untitled'|
|Katie Broadly 'Happily Ever After?'|
|Laura Holmes 'Untitled'|
|Sherelle Davies 'The Accused'|
|(Foreground) Elisa Heikkila 'Untittled (catena)'|
(Background) Kat Grant 'Dont't play with your food'
A few images of my fellow students work showing the diverse mediums and concepts generated from the varied and talented graduates of our course. What a privilege to have been part of this creative world for the past 3 years.
Posted by Earthy Elements at 11:44
My role in the development of the final show has been as part of the curator team and general organizer, advisor and hands on production of painting and construction work! We decided as a group to include a ‘Hub’ similar to the area which was formed at our previous exhibition *Pre at Enjoy. This would facilitate an area of conversation, interaction and a place to sit and watch the films created showing the many processes each of us as individuals as well as a group have engaged with in the realization of our final project. The blackboard surround was created to give opportunity for physical expression from visitors and students. I had originally sourced some pallets from Horticap for a previous idea I had of displaying my own work. Their natural construction aesthetic worked well with the rest of the exhibition and they were eventually modified to become tables within the hub.
Posted by Earthy Elements at 10:56