Crashing waves, sea spray and looming snow-topped mountains, British artist Caroline Jane Harris’ latest body of work adopts nature’s expanse as a lens through which to explore the relationship between image-making, subject and object. Extending traditional methods of photography, printmaking and drawing, as well as digital technologies, Harris creates meticulous hybrid artworks that traverse time, dimension and materiality. Central to each work, is a digital photograph that has been precisely cut-out by hand, translating immaterial image into lived experience for both artist and viewer in each iteration of Harris’ evolving applied processes. For her solo show A Three Dimensional Sky at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery London, she combines sourced analogue photographs in the form of century-old magic lantern slides with her own recent digital images, ﬂattening time, space and place into an array of multi-dimensional tactile artworks.
|Duration||28 March 2019 - 11 May 2019|
|Venue||Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery|
|Address||533 Old York Road, London, SW18 1TG|
|Contact||020 8875 0110 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.kristinhjellegjerde.com|