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This was a collaborative project with Perpendicular exhibited at The Stone Space in Leytonstone, London Dec 2014-jan 2015
During the long and darkened winter months we often crave being able to spend time outside in green garden spaces.
This installation is a secluded space filled with the sounds and scent that we often associate with gardens or woodlands.
Clara S Rueprich
Voice: Christiane Hommelsheim
oil on linen
Screenprint and collage
7 Steel fabricated chairs
This temporary public sculpture was commissioned by Letchworth Heritage Foundation in collaboration with Digswell Arts for the exhibition - A Vision of Utopia, Spirella Building, Letchworth, UK
Acrylic painting on canvas, psychedelic swirls of paint. Inspired by found footage of British ravers in the 1990's.
Single artwork comprising 10 images painted in oils directly onto original Polaroids taken by the artist. One of a major series of tiny cityscapes based on the simple premise of walking through the city, looking up at the sky between the buildings.
Edition of 10 (in 3 sizes)
This series started on the streets of Chatellerault, a post- industrial town, where I recorded images of discarded items and rubbish, things less than ordinary. This has led me in various directions and thought processes but essentially I began to abstract the countryside by using cloth and then plastic, which was perhaps a contradiction of the...
oil on canvas
Leanne Bell Gonczarow
'What do you want?' is an ongoing series of studio investigations. Examining the role the photographic assumes in shaping our understanding of 'space', the sculptures and interventions are gestures that seek to deconstruct notions of the universal sublime through an absurd approach to material, scale and situation.
Matter of perspective
Found postcard, inkjet print and pins, woo...
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