Approved: 16.08.2006

Heidi Killick

Approved: 16.08.2006

Concepts
The skeletal structure of biology, architecture, land and sea. This translates in my work as a series of lines. I am interested in what goes on underneath the surface, behind the flesh, in relation to myths - going back to the beginning of time and these ideas have made an impact on my thinking.

The wire sculptures being the truth, and then masked over, so the viewer has no knowledge

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  • Location: Penryn, South West
 

Biography

Concepts The skeletal structure of biology, architecture, land and sea. This translates in my work as a series of lines. I am interested in what goes on underneath the surface, behind the flesh, in relation to myths - going back to the beginning of time and these ideas have made an impact on my thinking. The wire sculptures being the truth, and then masked over, so the viewer has no knowledge of the truth.Influences Dante, human anatomy, 16th Century medical drawings, Damien Hirst, Mark QuinnCareer path BA Hons, Fine Art, Falmouth College of Arts Present Art Therapy Foundation Course at Truro College

CV & Education

Solo exhibitions 2003 - Invisible, Treliske, Truro, Cornwall Group exhibitions 2010 - open studios, St Gluvias Church, Penryn 2004 - Open studios, St Gluvias, Penryn 2004 - Secrets, Royal College of Art, London 2003 - Bay Gallery, Penzance, Cornwall 2003 - Open Studios, St Gluvias Church, Penryn 2003 - Secret, Royal College of Art, London