AboutElizabeth Gossling's work has often been a search for the validity of images through an examination of their construction. By considering how an image is made, she works to reveal their function and relevancy in our present culture.
For her inaugural solo show Horizontal Vision, Gossling will be exhibiting a series of large scale digital prints and paper objects that investigate the significance of line within the technical image.
Using a hand held recording instrument Gossling scans the technical screens of her computer and television, capturing live streams of information, which are recorded in the form of a raster image an image composed of parallel lines.
The line that establishes these âvisual records' is identified as a type of horizon and explored further as a border of vision and vanishing point .
Elizabeth Gossling is based in London and is currently studying a Masters in Fine Art at the RCA.