Exhibition

Kaitlin Ferguson and Cordelia Spalding - High and low

29 Aug 2017 – 9 Sep 2017

The Anteros Arts Foundation

Norwich, United Kingdom

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  • 9,10,11,26 ,27
  • Norwich

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Both the artist's work is based upon a love of landscape and the 'collage' of textures it offers. The pieces within this exhibition focus the viewers attention through a variety of photographic, multimedia and digital collage and framing techniques.

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Both the artist's work is based upon a love of landscape and the 'collage' of textures it offers. The pieces within this exhibition focus the viewers attention through a variety of photographic, multimedia and digital collage and framing techniques. Kaitlin presents her fascination with mountain peaks and the domination of the lanscape. She has used a variety of mediums such as mobile phones, taking images through binoculars and looking for ways to present images that focus the eye on the sheer strength of these geographical landmarks. The inspiration for these pieces comes from her fascination and on going curiosity with the extreme size, form, beauty and strength that Mountain peaks offer, the dominance of a natural form over man and the way the Mountains withstand the shifting sands of time, they are always there. Cordelia hunts for textures formed by natural wetlands that provide the perfect setting for skeletal trees and sponge like mosses. Her photography captures the beauty but also the character of a landscape, inspired by her experiences of taking part in the first all female expedition to the Sahara at the age of 17. Both artists went to NUA, Cordelia graduated in 2009 with a 1st and won the principles award for Outstanding work and Kaitlin graduated with a 1st in 2011.

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