Artists who have participated in exhibitions at Griffin Gallery are featured below.
"My work emerges from the territory of abstraction, in the way that an architect starts with the abstract and works toward the real world within moments, places and memories and desire reappear – and become something that is new. It finds echoes in the theory of the Rhizome by Deleuze and Guattari that allows for multiple, non- hierarchical entry and exists points in data representation.
My work aims to bring ‘some of the world’ back to the surface using the crucial tool of the diagram. Structures and details in the world become abstracted into diagrams, which can then be instantiated in other materials and in other contexts.
The diagram is a free and open aspect in my artworks and fuels travel, events and thoughts that appear and reappear. Space is created and deconstructed: the painting is in a state of ‘becoming’."
Exhibited at Griffin Gallery in Young Gods in January 2016.
MA Fine Art - City & Guilds Art School, London, 2015
Architecture - Les Beaux Arts, Paris, 1989
(Last updated 22.02.2016)Share