StolenSpace is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by British artist Russell Maurice.
Since the mid 90's, Maurice has produced paintings, prints, collages, sculptures and installations that reflect the spontaneous and informal nature of graffiti writing and have explored the recurring themes of energy, growth patterns and cycles in nature.
This collection of new paintings, small-scale sculptures and installations, take these themes forward into new realms to consider theories regarding the spirit world, the physical and metaphysical, consciousness and death.
Using a mix of abstraction and cartoon elements, many of Maurice's paintings appear on old silkscreens and transparent silkscreen mesh, echoing their transient, ethereal subject matter. His works collectively attempt to create a layered narrative, each is a fragment that forms building blocks for a larger universe, holding theoretical âspirits' that inhabit each work.
Influenced by wide ranging sources, from Blake and Alchemic theory, to the nostalgia of 1930's cartoons, Maurice's works are unsettling and humorous depictions of a world inhabited by roaming spirits.
About The Artist:
Russell Maurice originally from Newcastle, currently lives and works in London. As well as being a successful artist he is also the creator of influential fasion brand and design company Gasface, and label
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