Combining the mass produced and the unique is, for me, humorous and ironical and full of suggestion and contradiction. I am interested in the process of reproduction (printmaking, laser cutting, high tech and lo-tech) and also by the theme of reproduction (with reference to the ethical debate surrounding biotechnology, genetics, sex and consumerism). Printed images and multiples enable read full statement
|Location||Combeinteignhead, South West|
|Activities||Lecturing, Practice-based research, Residencies, Public art, Private commissions|
|Artforms||Digital, Installation, Mixed Media, Research, Sculpture|
|Tags||laser cut, paper cut, water jet cut, multiples, imperfect editions, installation|
News & Events
The Art of Remembering
20/09/2014 – 23/11/2014
A multi-disciplinary art exhibition funded by Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund that asks what kind of emotional connection remains to the First World War.
British Forces News - film feature on A Short Fuze exhibition at NMRN
Here is a short film feature about my current residency and exhibition at the National Museum of the Royal Navy http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid2810881928001?bckey=AQ~~%2cAAACcS3aho
21/06/2014 – 07/09/2014
Devon Guild of Craftsmen
This year’s exhibition will take the opportunity to celebrate the diversity of materials chosen and used by the Members of the Guild.
ORIEL DAVIES OPEN 2014
My work Liferaft with Filaments has been selected. The exhibition runs until 18th June
A Short Fuze
01/06/2014 – 31/10/2014
EXPLOSION. The museum of naval firepower, Gosport.
A site specific exhibition inspired by the history of the site as a munitions factory and the human cost of producing weapons.
Oriel Davies Open 2014
19/04/2014 – 18/06/2014
Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Powys, Wales
One of my laser cut layered paper works entitled Lifebuoy with Filaments has been selected for the 2014 Open.
13/09/2014 – 01/11/2014
Chapel Gallery, Ormskirk
Funded by a grant from Arts Council England, this exhibition has been inspired by access to iconic artefacts held within the collections of the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth.