We live in a world that is constantly changing and evolving even the things we take for granted as always being there are constantly in flux. This is the flux that Kate Hammersley captures in her work. Transient moments such as a word spoken in passing, a lightning strike or a shifting horizon line are sources of inspiration in her work which plays on our sensory perception of two and three dimensions, read full statement
|Location||Oxford, South East|
|Activities||Practice-based research, Residencies, Learning programmes, Public art|
|Artforms / type of project||Drawing, Environment, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Text|
News & Events
Alps and Spires
26/04/2014 – 24/05/2014
Museum of Oxford
Collaborative exhibition featuring Grenoble and Oxford Artists celebrating 25 years of twinning between the two cities.
Breaking of Tulips : Unwrapping Books
22/03/2014 – 25/05/2014
The University of Oxford Botanic Garden
Thirty invited artists respond to the Botanic Gardens collection of Gardeners Chronicles.