Artists who have participated in exhibitions at Griffin Gallery are featured below.
"For some time I have been making work about the anxieties, failures and messiness of being a mother. I use domestic pattern as a kind of stand in for the repetitive, boring, and loving gesture of maternal labour. For me, pattern is also a way to explore longstanding concerns around painting, for example, and the edge between abstraction and representation. Similarly, it is a means for rethinking the flat surface and re-examining the potential for creating a different narrative order in painting."
Lives and works in London
MFA Fine Art - Goldsmiths College University of London
BA Hons Fine Art - Leeds University
(Last updated 07.11.2017)Share