In light of exhibiting in the upcoming group show Nasty Women: Empowerment, taking place in London starting this coming Thursday (8.3.17), I will be selling A1 prints of my work on high gloss paper. Part of the sales will be donated to women's organisations to help raise awareness and offer support with discrimination based on gender and sexual assault.
Upskirt (2017) and Downskirt (2017) exist in a limited run of five prints each and I will be selling two of each. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing or have any further questions via the following email address: email@example.com.
For my final piece I am currently working to construct a VR environment in After Effects within which I can situate the audience in an artificially formed digital world.
An arduous process as I am largely working independently to learn the tools necessary to do so, here is a rough preview of one of the elements that may stretch and wrap around you during your immersive experience.
I am happy to announce that I have been chosen as one of 40 boundary breaking artists to exhibit in Empowerment, a show co-curated by @CreativeDebuts and @NastyWomenExhibition in collaboration with @nastywomennortheast, @nastywomenlondon, and Nasty Women in Amsterdam, Lisbon, and Brussels.
To celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March, part of the money raised from the exhibition will be donated to End Violence Against Women Coalition to protect women’s rights worldwide. Come and show your support from 7pm on 8 March!
RSVP is essential via this link.
Learning Premiere Pro and After Effects.
Music: Easy Girl, Coconut Records
Work In Progress combines the current work of the Goldsmiths BA Media and Communications students specialising in photography. They will graduate with a full degree show in the summer of 2018. The work exhibited at this interim show is an extension of the conceptual and technical developments made throughout their photographic journey so far, as well as a look towards the work with which they will finish their degree. Their photography is grounded in three concepts: the camera as apparatus, creating fictional worlds, and photographs as an extension and exploration of the self.
All twenty-three students have produced unique work which spans a variety of topics, making this a unique opportunity to gain an insight into their individual practice.