2022 Height (cm)
14 Length (cm)
9 Depth (cm)
2 Weight (g)
200 Materials and Techniques
Acrylic and image transfer on paper. Subject/Description
Inspired by the theme of creativity, my Moleskine piece explores the idea of human agency and setting events in motion. How one small change, or act of creativity can have a ripple effect. The image is of a small vase, depicting Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden, with futuristic - snake like - flowers growing out of the pristine vase. The vase is suspended in the picture plane, with the flowers on their journey to take root in another chapter. Archival Fund
Harman Projects Exhibitions
Detour 2.0 New York, See the world through creativity, One World Observatory, May 2022 / Harman Projects gallery, June 2022 Bibliography
Lizzie Gill is a multimedia artist whose work explores the relationship between object and place and how perceptual reversal creates new, imagined landscapes. Gill's works are an archeological exploration, geographic and cultural, actual and mythical, that the artist has seen and re imagined, or imagined without having seen. Influenced by surrealism and working with the found material of an art historical language, she translates these elements to canvas, creating portals to new vistas. Challenging preconceived spatial relationships, her large scale mixed media paintings are layered investigations of found imagery. Sourcing references from museum archives, vintage magazines & geotags, she utilizes collage as a metaphor for material improvisation & escapism. Gill has had solo exhibitions in New York, Miami and San Francisco. Personal data
New York, USA, 1989.
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