Madi Acharya-BaskervilleArtist, Curator, Writer
My work is concerned with the synthesis of unlikely elements. Using objects, textiles, song, conversation and magazine cuttings which resonate with me on some level, I create works which move fluidly between different media. Often materials used have had a previous life such as wooden panels previously part of furniture or embroidered fabric which has become moth-eaten, hence devoid of its original read full statement
|Location||Oxford and London, South East|
|Activities||Residencies, Workshops, Participatory projects, Curating|
|Artforms / type of project||Installation, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture, Textiles|
|Tags||Diasphora, Textiles, Found Objects, Everyday Objects, Found Wood, Natural, Manmade, Cultural Difference, Exile|
News & Events
'Drifting-in-land' for Unravelling Time at the Abbey, Sutton Courtenay
This is an outdoor site-specific work I am creating in the Abbey grounds. The trip to collect materials and objects in Chapman’s Pool, Dorset especially for this work was funded by Axisweb100.
20/09/2015 – 03/10/2015
The Abbey at Sutton Courtney, Oxfordshire
A group exhibition of responses to the Abbey at Sutton Courtenay 20th September - 3rd October. Opening event at 2.30pm on the 20th September.