Carol’s work is a concerted search for the structure of things: taking recognized, existing structures apart and putting them together again.
She is currently working with the human body. The human skeleton is the basic structure through which she examines the relationship of human structures to their surroundings. Through dismantling and opposing existing structures new formations are created. Abstraction is part of the process - not trying to hide the origins, rather broadening the possibilities for interpretation. What you see at first glance is not necessarily what it is.
CV & Education
Carol graduated with an MFA in Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art, and has since exhibited in England, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Liechtenstein.
She has been awarded the inaugural John Ruskin Prize and was shortlisted for the ’Creative Fellowship’ at Trinity College Cambridge and for the 2013 CTA (Chicago Transport Authority) Public Art Project: Red North Station Improvements Art.
Recent shows include ’Force of Nature’, Millenium Gallery Sheffield, ’Carte Blanche’ London Print Studio & Northern Print Newcastle‚ Zeitgeist Open 2013’ Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014, Neoprintprize Bolton, DeptfordX 2014 (Special Mention for ‘Into The Wild’)