“My work is unashamedly autobiographical and is particularly concerned with my experience of depression and the questioning of self that accompanies it. I take moments, memories and emotions and explore them through varied media including photography, video, text, sculpture and sound.
“I see my work as a way of reconciling contradictory feelings into a world that otherwise wouldn’t hold a place for them and the most effective way for this to be expressed, for me, is through self-portraiture. By being both the subject and the chronicler I am able to sink deep into what I am expressing yet also have the opportunity to observe and analyse.
“This body of work is part of a quest to understand reluctant elements of my sexuality and my relationship with physical intimacy.”
Alex Wilmott has a BA in Sculpture from Camberwell College of Art & Design, and an MA in Production Design for Film and Television from Kingston University
Includes free Q&A Session on Saturday 13 October, 12 noon.