New Art Highlights
17 - 23 June 2019
New Art Highlights of the week includes Andrew Adair, David Stroyny, Imogen Millie Ellerby-Sansom and Theresa Bradbury
Untitled, 2019 by Andrew Adair
Large/medium wheel thrown distorted pot.
Embrace, 2019 by David Stroyny
Clandestine, 2019 by Imogen Millie Ellerby Sansom
Clandestine creatively responds to the struggles citizens face in our supposed democratic society, providing a visual representation of the profound imbalance of power.
Comprised of a 10m high pair of pinstripe suit trousers and correspondingly large shoes, the artwork emphasises the elitist and exclusive nature of politics, with the infinity illusion of the legs connoting the never-ending deception and clandestine intentions of governmental figures.
Summer Lodge 2019 Participant, Theresa Bradbury
For ten days each July the Fine Art studios and workshops of Nottingham Trent University are transformed into The Summer Lodge and play host to a gathering of thirty diverse artists. It is a collective space in which to undertake experiments, pursue new ideas and allow unexpected leaps of imagination.