6 - 8pm, Thursday 5th Sep
Bea Haines - Surface Tension
Haines' work is concerned with surface and more specifically a process of imprinting, where the worldly or intangible collides with paper, glass or metal.
Across paintings and drawings the show explores the human condition through an examination of our relationships with each other, our environment and mortality with the use of human and animal ashes. The goal is to challenge death as a taboo.
Haines is listed in Artlyst's 'top 10 artists under 30' and was Print Fellow at the Royal Academy of Arts from 2012 to 2016. She has exhibited in solo and international group exhibitions including the Jerwood Drawing Prize, 'Blood' at Science Gallery, 'the Negligent Eye' at Bluecoat Gallery and at Ars Electronica festival.
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