The way the world works, on this clear day, 2014
Blue & White Ombre
Glazed Stoneware Vase
20 x 20 x 28cm
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About the artist
Laura Aldridge’s work moves freely between wall-based reliefs and sculptural installations, playing on the abilities of ‘collage’ to operate in two and three-dimensions. Her works use fabric, images (both photographic and silk-screened) and found objects to create installations that the artist describes as ‘expanded collage’. She often arranges elements of her works upon tables, low plinths or across gallery walls to bring ‘things’ together so that they might coalesce as a whole.
Aldridge (b. 1978, Frimley; lives and works in Glasgow). Recent solo exhibitions include Macedonia, Skopje, Museum Of Contemporary Art (2019); Bosnia, Banja Luka, Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska (2019); Kosovo, Pristina, National Gallery (2019); Serbia, Novi Sad, Gallery of Matica Srpska (2018); Montenegro, Cetinje, Montenegrin Art Gallery (2018); In a sense of place, Ireland, Drogheda, Highlanes Gallery (2016); Passerelle, Brest (2015), Tramway, Glasgow (2015), Studio Voltaire at Sunday Art Fair (2014) and Studio Voltaire (2011). The artist is represented by Koppe Astner, Glasgow.
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