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- F R A G M E N T S -
5th -9th December 2014
Friday 5th December
18:00 - 21:00
Please join us for an
evening of spectacular artwork
and some warming festive mulled wine
in the beautiful city of Bath.
Saturday 6th- Tuesday 9th December
Bath Artists Studios,
The Old Malthouse,
Upper Bristol Road,
*** FREE ADMISSION**
Original artwork and prints for sale!!
Fragments exhibition is comprised of a selection of works from recent Art and Design graduates from universities: Falmouth, Brighton, Westminster and Leeds. The exhibition is a continuation of their practice outside of university.
The five graduates have come together as a collective to create a body of work responding to the title 'Fragments'.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
(Tom James Bond, Chloe Robinson, Megan Jemma Courtis,
Phoebe Tallulah and Emily Smith)
Tom studied BA (Hons) Fine Art at Falmouth University. He creates filmic scenes and snapshots using video and collage by placing emphasis on the selection of objects within each scene.
Chloe studied BA (Hons) Illustration at Falmouth University. Her work often explores and emphasises the surreal qualities, abstractions and subtle oddities within texts or subjects, attempting to create work that is at once surprising and familiar through print-making and collage.
Phoebe studied BA (Hons) Illustration at Westminster University. She creates delicate abstract drawings and forms through the use of analogue photography and digital collage. Her work explores themes of transparency, bridging the gap between two dimensional and three dimensional illustration.
Megan studied BA (Hons) Performance and Visual Art Theatre at the University of Brighton. Her work explores the ephemeral qualities of light by creating sculptural landscapes through the mediums of video, sculpture, sound and text. The work, often made from found objects and reflective materials extend the physical sculptural space, through her careful consideration towards light and shadow.
Emily studied BA (Hons) Photography at Leeds College of Art. Her most recent work includes a mixture of photographic approaches combining google street view images and her own. Displayed within the exhibition she presents “Virtually Unseen”, a body of work that explores the representation of place.
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