Category Archives: Exquisite Corpse Project

Hair fabric personal experiments

Once the fabric was digitally printed we each took away a piece to work on in which ever way we felt inspired. Helen was inspired by ideas of patchwork & collage and the way images are put together. She was interested in … Continue reading

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Hair Still Life

After a few hours drawing a still life made up of wigs, a fox stole and the odd doll we talked about what incarnations our drawings could take on. Laying them out suggested that we could start by scanning these … Continue reading

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Open Day Reflections

Overall a resounding success exceeding expectations left, right and centre. The following six photos take us around the room left to right. General feedback was very positive and we would like to thank all those who visited us and encourage … Continue reading

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Exquisite Corpse Open Day

Phew, it has taken a while to catch our breath after the event! We all had a brilliant day, with over 70 visitors we didn’t get much of a chance to take photos.  We spent most of our time talking … Continue reading

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An Invitation

You are invited to a one day Exhibition that will take place on Saturday 3rd September between 10.00am – 5.30pm Showcasing the project ‘Exquisite Corpse’ by the Artists Gemma Lacey, Helen Mather, Mandy Tolley and Kiran Williams The exhibition will … Continue reading

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Discussion 4

Helen commented on the nature of response and how it changes with each piece from an immediate instinctive response born of  similar ways of working/subject matter to that of a ‘slow burn’ that comes from seeing a different approach to looking … Continue reading

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Boxes 4

Kiran interpreted the original boxes piece by developing the scale of the fabric boxes and using the idea of form that they presented to explore her own prints in 3D. She experimented with stiffening the boxes, enlarged about 8 times, … Continue reading

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