Went to artist UAL graduate Juno Calypso’s exhibition as for the past year I’ve been interested in the themes of her work. I originally came across her when researching for my research paper in a book at Camberwell library called ‘Girl on Girl: Art And Photography In The Age Of The Female Gaze’. It introduced… Read More Juno Calypso Exhibition: What to do with a million years?
I was interested in going to see Alex Prager’s work after checking what was on around London as her work looks into “themes of alienation and the pluralism of modern life” while also largely having women as the protagonists of her work. https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/museums/at-corcoran-alex-pragers-color-photographs-of-crowds-depict-detachment-in-togetherness/2013/11/22/495a764e-5143-11e3-9e2c-e1d01116fd98_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.df246f37e7b8 Her influence seems to be where she comes from, which is LA… Read More Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive Exhibition
As i’m trying to getting a further understanding into the world of performance art I thought that visiting the Joan Jonas exhibition would be a good way to do that. Upon learning about her work, I was immediately interested in her use of masks as the idea of a mask is something that has driven… Read More Joan Jonas Exhibition
Went to visit David Shrigley’s exhibition Life Model II where he plays on the tradition of life drawing by ‘replacing the live model with David’s caricatured sculpture of a nine-foot-tall woman’. Was very fun as people were invited to draw her and all the results were put up on the wall. After that I then… Read More Brighton Festival – David Shrigley
The last few weeks of just making work has kept taking me further with potential ideas. The act of making a physical piece means that I have a body of work that I can reflect upon. This is a particular image that has been very helpful to me: It’s something to do about the… Read More Rotoscoping