Photo: Gabrielle Hoad in Exeter, South West

Gabrielle Hoad

Artist, Writer, Editor

I address the gap between the world and our representations of it, often making use of machines and methods that promise precision and objectivity, but ultimately reveal the human presence. I have a particular interest in photography and its relationship to memory, and in using drawing to re-present movement. 'What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning.' Werner Heisenberg, Physics and Philosophy 1963 read full statement

Location Exeter, South West
Activities Practice-based research, Participatory projects, Critical writing
Artforms Digital, Drawing, Environment, Photography, Sculpture
Tags bird flight, art science, drawing, objectivity, photography, bananas, 3D printing, digital, botanic, walking

News & Events

  • ESI/RANE Creative Exchange

    Creative Affiliate of ESI/RANE (Research group of the University of Exeter's Environment & Sustainability Institute and Falmouth University's Research in Art, Nature and the Environment)

  • AA2A Plymouth University

    I'm one of six artists granted access to art and design facilities at Plymouth University for the 2013-14 academic year as part of the national Artists' Access to Art Colleges programme

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