Bridgette Ashton examines places and narratives, both real and invented. Over the past year she has been developing ideas surrounding redundant or overlooked sites, objects and archives; making models, collages and prints which serve as proposals for unachievable spectaculars. Bridgette Ashton's objects, drawings, prints and photographs are often flagrantly nostalgic. Whilst they celebrate pastiche and melancholy they also identify ambiguous networks and relationships.
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