Through perfectly absurd scenarios CANT STOP LOOKING encapsulates a freakishly grotesque beauty in the madness of today.
Primitive qualities of stop-motion animation using handcrafted puppets heighten a sense of raw vulnerability, revealing an uncanny portrayal of human frailty.
Luminescent observations of sex, gender and wealth are brought to the surface in this exhibition. Collaborating with musician Greta Edith and writer Lucie McLaughlin. Cant stop looking, offers a seductively immersive environment.
Olwyn Carroll (b.1993, Manchester) is an artist based in London and Manchester. She graduated with BA (Hons) Fine Art from Central Saint Martins in 2017. Working in stop-motion animation, sculpture, and paint.
Carroll’s work was recently shown at Moon When the Calf Grows Hair, Artlicks Weekend, Bunkhouse Projects 2017, shortlisted artist Woon Foundation Arts Prize BALTIC 39 Newcastle 2017, Graduate Degree Shows, Central Saint Martins London 2017, Golden Boys, Churchgate House, Bolton 2016 (as part of a residency with Castlefield Gallery and Neo Artists NW)