Category: Sculpture & Installation

Isabella Hansson (Sweden)

Observing, exploring and collecting found things are central parts of my art practise, I would explore the environment and nature and use the place as a source of inspiration for my art. A central part of my art process is to observe, explore, document, collect and to work in symbiosis with the nature and environment […]

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G.Louise Cooper & Jeremy Barnett (USA)

  The aim of the installation would be to respond to and highlight the landscape surrounding Chiang Mai. We find it of the utmost importance that the installation is site-specific and sensitive to its context. In taking an initial photographic glance at the landscape, we have felt a certain trepidation at its power. We would […]

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Zoe Francis Spowage & Rufus Newell (UK)

Sharing a love of drawing, we use our environments to inspire and inform our work. Rufus is influenced by the historic sculptures and artefacts from his workplace,( the Hepworth museum and art gallery) and sketches there daily. He then takes this to the studio to enlarge and develop them into colourful and expressive paintings. This […]

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Jodi Colella (USA)

My practice includes both solo work and participatory exchanges with community to create sculptures and installations that explore human relationship, our capacity for loneliness and our need to belong. Using a needle as my primary tool, I transform found objects and inventive materials into dimensional expressions. In my public artworks the essential conceptual element is […]

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