from 17th November until 23rd at the Islington Arts Factory
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With the use of old family photographs the photographer brings the collective family memories to the foreground.
I want other people to find their own interpretation of my images, to build their own narrative.
From sculpture to painting and installation art, her variety of approaches always communicate deep themes.
Her work engages in processes of encounter, response and shift to raise questions which blur the boundaries between the art object and the everyday setting.
Taking inspiration from natural forms, including bodies, cells and trees, I create detailed and complex drawings and screenprints.
After studying Performance and Fine Art jointly she began to explore the possibilities in merging the two disciplines and creating a practice which incorporate both these interests.
Colourful portraits, that represent hope and emotion, contrast harshly with the reality of the coinciding monochrome photographs.
“He is fascinated by symbolism and expressionism” Richard Filatre is of French origin and has been living in Britain for...
Neo showcases emerging talent from creative folk who use a range of different mediums.
This year the exhibition will include photography, illustration and installations.