Exhibition

Intersubjectivity

5 May 2016 – 8 May 2016

Event times

5th May – 8th May from 10am – 7pm (Open till 8pm on Saturday)

Cost of entry

Free

The Rag Factory

London, United Kingdom

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In this exhibition artists have used this definition of Intersubjectivity to look at various factors that affect different parts of our culture in modern society. They have done this by exploring the techniques and mediums used to create the work, as well as the way they it is exhibited.

About

Danielle Griffiths –
My practice is based around the female body, from the social expectations to the reality of our imperfect selves, with every flaw on show. By using myself and other powerful everyday women, I hope to empower all women to be happy with their own bodies.

Eve Jenkins –
Through an exploration of psychology, I tap into subconscious states of mind; as well as dig up my own memories that are twisted, distorted and stretch far into the distance of an emotionally scarred timeline. I bring internal chaos into existence.

John Lacy-Smith –
The practice I continue to work on is based on the rivalry between Mods and Rockers. The first riot started on Brighton beach in 1964. I have produced a series of paintings and sculptures including backed up model cut outs depicting the style of clothes and the music at that time. 

Amy Malone –
Does distortion in Photorealism mean that it can no longer be deemed as ‘realism?’ Using a variation of techniques to create an interference with an image, naturally and digitally. The drawings created are a larger scale than life size, which is used to further the investigation into what is seen as ‘realism.’

Anna Slater –
My work concerns woman, exploring subjects such as motherhood, relationships, identity, femininity, culture, perception and equality.  I am interested in transference.  I work mainly in the area of printmaking, ceramics and painting. I particularly like the physical act of making, consequently using traditional methods. 

Conor Wilkins –
Influenced by Dutch vanitas paintings and contemporary tattoo culture, I aim to mix past and present to create something exciting and new. Focusing on the human figure and the modification, which each subject has made to their body.

 

Exhibiting artists

Anna Slater

Amy Malone

Danielle Griffiths

John Lacy-Smith

Conor Wilkins

Eve Jenkins

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