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Photography, Color on Paper
Size: 25.9 W x 19.7 H x 0 D in
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Spatial Abstraction Composition reduced to forms and colours. Archival inks on german etching (archival pigment print) 310gsm from Analogue 50 x 65.8 cm (includes 10cm border) The rigour of my architectural and set design training has been a formative influence on my work. My study of these fields has given me the discipline and formal understanding to execute my ideas, and fostered a habit for continual revision, reworking, and refinement of my artistic subject. The ‘Reduction’ series transform the iconic architecture of London’s Southbank through spatial abstraction. A longstanding fascination and appreciation for Brutalist architecture make these buildings a favourite subject of my work. It is the infinite potential for transformation, abstraction, and inversion – and the beauty derived from these – that has caused me to return repeatedly to these sites. Contrast and colour are manipulated to accentuate shapes and structures, creating new abstract compositions from the angular National Theatre and its vicinities. Bold, often primary, colour is introduced in some pieces, flattening the image and reducing it to colour and form only. By using techniques of contemporary photography and applying my colour overlays, the images hark back to the Di Stijl movement.
Photography Print:Color on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:15
Size:25.9 W x 19.7 H x 0 D in
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The rigour of my Architectural and Set Design background has informed my work. I am interested in transforming architecture through spatial abstraction. Contrast and colours are manipulated to accentuate the shapes and structure and sometimes create ambiguous spaces. In my 'Beautiful Brutalism' series I was drawn to austere and unpeopled locations to create these concrete compositions. Negative space is also explored to see configuration beyond the human eye. Currently working as 'Artist in Residence' for Brent Council, London documenting the Regeneration of South Kilburn.
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