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  • Art. photography. For Example: alex march

    25.09.2012

    alex march

    photography

    Alex March lives and works in London and uses drawing, photography and painting to produce works which explore memory, representation and identity. March uses processes of editing, obscuring or physically removing areas of detail. This draws attention to the audience’ ability to empathise with the clichéd impulse to relive remembered moments and embrace notions of identity derived from personal objects, particularly photography. Laborious analogue and hand techniques are combined with digital technology to explore the object/image relationships of domestic archives, re-valuing personal items of ‘junk’ from the past to the status of artwork.

    She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2011 with a Masters in Fine Art and featured in the Catlin Guide 2012, a guide to the 40 most promising UK graduates. She was shortlisted for the Jealous Graduate Print Prize 2011, and the Future Map 11 Prize as part of the Future Map 11 exhibition of 30 artist and designers selected from 10,000 graduating UAL students. Previously she gained her BA in Visual Arts from the University of Buckinghamshire and studied Theatre Design at Wimbledon College of Art.

    www.alexmarch.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: alex march

    25.09.2012

    alex march

    photography

    Alex March lives and works in London and uses drawing, photography and painting to produce works which explore memory, representation and identity. March uses processes of editing, obscuring or physically removing areas of detail. This draws attention to the audience’ ability to empathise with the clichéd impulse to relive remembered moments and embrace notions of identity derived from personal objects, particularly photography. Laborious analogue and hand techniques are combined with digital technology to explore the object/image relationships of domestic archives, re-valuing personal items of ‘junk’ from the past to the status of artwork.

    She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2011 with a Masters in Fine Art and featured in the Catlin Guide 2012, a guide to the 40 most promising UK graduates. She was shortlisted for the Jealous Graduate Print Prize 2011, and the Future Map 11 Prize as part of the Future Map 11 exhibition of 30 artist and designers selected from 10,000 graduating UAL students. Previously she gained her BA in Visual Arts from the University of Buckinghamshire and studied Theatre Design at Wimbledon College of Art.

    www.alexmarch.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: alex march

    25.09.2012

    alex march

    photography

    Alex March lives and works in London and uses drawing, photography and painting to produce works which explore memory, representation and identity. March uses processes of editing, obscuring or physically removing areas of detail. This draws attention to the audience’ ability to empathise with the clichéd impulse to relive remembered moments and embrace notions of identity derived from personal objects, particularly photography. Laborious analogue and hand techniques are combined with digital technology to explore the object/image relationships of domestic archives, re-valuing personal items of ‘junk’ from the past to the status of artwork.

    She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2011 with a Masters in Fine Art and featured in the Catlin Guide 2012, a guide to the 40 most promising UK graduates. She was shortlisted for the Jealous Graduate Print Prize 2011, and the Future Map 11 Prize as part of the Future Map 11 exhibition of 30 artist and designers selected from 10,000 graduating UAL students. Previously she gained her BA in Visual Arts from the University of Buckinghamshire and studied Theatre Design at Wimbledon College of Art.

    www.alexmarch.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: alex march

    25.09.2012

    alex march

    photography

    Alex March lives and works in London and uses drawing, photography and painting to produce works which explore memory, representation and identity. March uses processes of editing, obscuring or physically removing areas of detail. This draws attention to the audience’ ability to empathise with the clichéd impulse to relive remembered moments and embrace notions of identity derived from personal objects, particularly photography. Laborious analogue and hand techniques are combined with digital technology to explore the object/image relationships of domestic archives, re-valuing personal items of ‘junk’ from the past to the status of artwork.

    She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2011 with a Masters in Fine Art and featured in the Catlin Guide 2012, a guide to the 40 most promising UK graduates. She was shortlisted for the Jealous Graduate Print Prize 2011, and the Future Map 11 Prize as part of the Future Map 11 exhibition of 30 artist and designers selected from 10,000 graduating UAL students. Previously she gained her BA in Visual Arts from the University of Buckinghamshire and studied Theatre Design at Wimbledon College of Art.

    www.alexmarch.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: alex march

    25.09.2012

    alex march

    photography

    Alex March lives and works in London and uses drawing, photography and painting to produce works which explore memory, representation and identity. March uses processes of editing, obscuring or physically removing areas of detail. This draws attention to the audience’ ability to empathise with the clichéd impulse to relive remembered moments and embrace notions of identity derived from personal objects, particularly photography. Laborious analogue and hand techniques are combined with digital technology to explore the object/image relationships of domestic archives, re-valuing personal items of ‘junk’ from the past to the status of artwork.

    She graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2011 with a Masters in Fine Art and featured in the Catlin Guide 2012, a guide to the 40 most promising UK graduates. She was shortlisted for the Jealous Graduate Print Prize 2011, and the Future Map 11 Prize as part of the Future Map 11 exhibition of 30 artist and designers selected from 10,000 graduating UAL students. Previously she gained her BA in Visual Arts from the University of Buckinghamshire and studied Theatre Design at Wimbledon College of Art.

    www.alexmarch.com
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