Reading is an act of co-authorship. When you pick up a book and read it, what you bring to that process is your own personal history. This is a filter through which we perceive language and by which we forge connections. My use of the book as sculptural object playfully reworks its formal components allowing the 'reader' to experience something altogether new. I obstruct the original narrative in order read full statement
|Location||St Albans, East|
|Artforms / type of project||Book Works, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Text|
|Tags||Sculpture, Artist Books, Book Arts, Mixed Media, Text, Book sculpture, Paper, Upcycling, Recycling|
News & Events
Paper Scissors Stone - Taking paper beyond the page
06/11/2015 – 11/12/2015
The Lewis Gallery, The Rugby School
An imaginative and thought-provoking body of work of five Hertfordshire artists based around the re-shaping of paper, narrative and meaning.
07/08/2014 – 14/09/2014
Parndon Mill Gallery, Harlow
‘Nothingness’ includes the work of five artists with links to Digswell Arts: Hideki Arichi, Ella Carty, Jo Howe, Alex McIntyre and William White.