Approved: 28.11.2011

Katherine Dolman

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Approved: 28.11.2011

This work is a collaboration - with the focus on change, creativity, childhood and direction underpinned by intertextuality. (The art work is a amalgam of other, often unconscious, notions and ideas.)
My work explores ideas about childhood and family - its duality and subversive nature, social conflicts, innocence with an innate and intrinsic knowledge portrayed in a visual vocabulary of emotions

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  • Location: Newcastle upon Tyne, North East
 

Biography

This work is a collaboration - with the focus on change, creativity, childhood and direction underpinned by intertextuality. (The art work is a amalgam of other, often unconscious, notions and ideas.) My work explores ideas about childhood and family - its duality and subversive nature, social conflicts, innocence with an innate and intrinsic knowledge portrayed in a visual vocabulary of emotions and childhood experiences. I try to capture the reverence of childhood, centred within the beliefs of society, but I also try to address issues that lie behind aspects of childhood. For a long time my work had an autobiographical connection with this premise, but recently I have been concerned with expanding and developing the dichotomies within these themes.

CV & Education

Qualifications and training 2011 - MA in Fine art and Education, Northumbria University 2000 - BA (Hons) Fine Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester 1997 - BTEC Foundation in Art and Design, North Tyneside College, Tyne & Wear Group exhibitions 2011 - Moving On, Central Square Degree shows 2011 - MA Interim and final year exhibition 2000 - Final year Fine Art Degree show