This is the first solo show from Ursula Kelly, who graduated from Camberwell College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, in 2008. The exhibition is the culmination of the Circle Line award.
Ursula's work addresses issues of social and personal identity, relationships, memories and consumerism. Through building relationships with various people, the work aims to reflect the richness of daily life. The exhibition comprises a video, book and installation of prints. The video is a development of the work started during the artist's MA course, whilst the book and prints are a result of new research carried out in a village in the West of Ireland Killaloe, County Clare.
Circle Line is a partnership between Artquest, University of the Arts London (UAL) Widening Participation & Progression and four established London visual arts organisations: ACAVA studios, Cockpit Arts, London Print Studio and London Printworks Trust.
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