Warning, 2018 courtesy of Alexandra Gould
Early 2018, Alexandra Gould selected artists in a variety of fields to create a group exhibition focusing on the human impact on our planet. Aiming to unite artists of different styles within a local area it has created new ideas, work and stimulated conversation. This exhibition takes its title from the wide and varied consequences resonating from pollution.
Rachel Heard’s expressionist painting seem to celebrate nature in a dazzling array of colours and marks but stand back and the abstract takes on a physical form of submerging ice, contaminated water and the scars of damage.
For her 2018 Hadal Zone project Alexandra Gould was inspired by Marine Ecologist Prof. Alan Jamieson’s research trips. Combining his landmark discoveries of deep sea (Hadal Zone) pollution with the emotional response it evokes she has created portraits of people and creatures to be valued and protected.
Daniel Gould’s ‘Future Fossil’ series is a comment on the man made machines that continue to destroy the planet and how one day we might hopefully consider these ‘things themselves as ‘fossils’.
The sound design by music producer Stuart Bruce confronts the waste of our societies and seeks to address a harmonious rebalance towards enlightened behaviours.
The artistic collaboration between film maker Daniel Gould and sound designer Stuart Bruce, encourages visitors to see the world differently.
Also featuring work by sculptor Rachel Reid and an essay by art writer Katie Ackrill, the exhibition will guide the viewer through the influences and inspirations of the exhibiting artists.
Works will be available to purchase at a range of price points.
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Alexandra Gould | Curator & artist | email@example.com
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The Chamber Room, Corsham Town Hall, High Street, Corsham. SN13 0EZ
Mondays - Thursdays 9 - 5 Fridays 9 - 4.30
Special opening Saturday 15th September for Corsham Street Fair 12 - 4
The Chamber Room is closed sporadically for meetings, please check opening times before visiting by calling 01249 702130 or contact Alexandra Gould above.