Artists who have participated in exhibitions at Griffin Gallery are featured below.
Jessica Rayner embarks on expeditions in order to make profound works that orbit ecological themes based on the notion of deep time.
Realised in video, photographic, sound and sculptural form, Rayner’s work is mysterious and resonant. There is sympathy for the geologically historical, and a sense of incumbent slowness of time. Rayner’s practice exists at the intersection of science and ecology, but is rendered with a Romantic longing and an acknowledgement of awe. Effectively working with landscapes, Rayner’s conceptual output is sparse but beautiful, and reminds us of the remoteness of the certain frontiers, the abandonment of places over time, and of the unhindered supremacy of nature over man.
Exhibited at Griffin Gallery in Young Gods in January 2013.
1985 London, UK
MA Printmaking – Royal College of Art, 2012
BA Fine Art Painting – University of Brighton, 2007
(Last updated 11.12.2014)Share