The involvement of human touch means the photographer moves from being passive to the image, to being an active participant in the photograph, contextualising lived experience into a medium usually limited only by its capacity to record a moment. Questioning domesticity in the everyday and the repetition of regular tasks, her work examines the impact these processes have on the self during quarantine. Through the pages we delve into notion of the unknown through forty distinct experiments. The viewer is invited to share in internal conversations and thoughts, creating a conversation between the order and chaos that is being reflected upon.
Fear merges written and photographic objects which offer a more personalised insight into the artists vision. She is selective in this process and is in control of what she reveals and what remains hidden to the viewer. Playing with revised definitions of the English language she is able to provide a sense of humour and honesty to a more nuanced lexicon.
CV & Education
Swansea College of art
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS / AWARDS
Endeavour award for out of school activities (bronze) - 2013
Endeavour award for support and encouragement towards others (silver) - 2014
Most professional student of the year award (Nominated by The Nest) - 2016
Foundation Degree: Distinction - 2017
Individual Contribution Award (Fine Art UWTSD)- 2020
CHURSTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Art - A*
English literature - A
English language - A
Maths - B
History - B
Resistant materials - B
Business studies - B
French - B
Science – B
Information Technology - B
CHURSTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Art - A
English Literature - B
SOUTH DEVON COLLEGE
Childcare and Education (level 3): A
Foundation Art- Distinction
UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL SOUTH WEST OF ENGLAND (UWE)
Fine Art (BA) Year 1: 2:1 (Pass)
Student Representative for 1st year Art.
Studios were based in Spike Island and our lectures were in the Arnolfini where we had several guest talks and openings.
UNIVERSITY OF WALES TRINITY ST DAVID (UWTSD)
Individual Contribution Award
"Since joining our course in the 2nd year, Pixie has gone above and beyond with her support towards other students, enthusiasm and commitment towards the subject. She is always there for everyone and has such a positive outlook on many situations. She is mature, loving and a friend to everyone in the department. She always contributes in discussions. Pixie is also mother to a young beautiful girl called Effy and she balances this with all the hard work she produces at University and at home with her family. I feel that Pixie should be recognised for her effort, commitment and positive attitude. Our course would definetely not be the same without her."
Second Year Show: What a World - 2019
Installation and Photography
Organic flower bed with wires leading to two mounted images
Parc Collective/Granary Arts Publication 2020
Subject to Normality (4/40)
Instax wide 300
Instant film subjected to 40 different processes
Ongoing (Yet to be released from Utah)
The Social Distance Project 2020
Gallery 3 'Pixie Fear'