"My work is currently about making transient things and the intangible, physical through process and transfer of materials and texture. This currently comes together through printmaking and blind embossing objects that are disregarded, to monument them and elevate them. I like to think I have a visual code that I am able to translate into different processes but within this is a common thread of language that links the work back to myself. I think this comes across in the way I use found or mundane objects and focus on these intricate fragments. I like to break these apart, put them back together by adding or taking away new elements or even looking at them in isolation. The words currently live by include: Experiment, Reflect and Dialogue. It is important for me to use art as a tool for communication and create a dialogue between other creatives and the viewer so they are able to connect with the work at the level in which it was created. I work with the photocopier to create these scanagraphs which capture the movement and tension of the print rag."
Megan Fatharly is a Printmaker currently in her third year at Falmouth University on the BA Drawing Course.
She has previously exhibited on The London Arts Board, Organic Chaos in 2015
You can see more of her work here: meganfatharly.weebly.com and on Instagram @printcessmeg and Twitter @megasinegg
You can view this exhibition here online, on Facebook or in person on the corner of Vestry Road and Peckham Road, Camberwell, London SE5 8QL