Carla MossArtist, Maker
I am an artist concerned with our relationship with the environment and with time and place. My journey began 20 years ago with an abstract take on ‘us and the environment’, documented through paintings of juxtaposing colours and forms.
The art works then moved into a period of large scale paintings and drawings depicting the tangible story of the shrinking Aral Sea (considered by some the worst environmental disaster of the twentieth century because of its speed and scale) in Kazakhstan / Uzbekistan, which seemed to me a microcosmic example of what we are doing to the natural world globally.
|Activities||Practice-based research, Residencies, Training delivery|
|Artforms / type of project||Book Works, Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Research|
|Tags||artists books, environment, Kazakhstan, Pencil, paper, books, Time, Rhythms|