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Visual artist Felicity Bristow has been exploring through her practice the complexities of the ‘analogue book’ in abstract and developing the themes of transformation and abstraction of the book as an object or ‘container’.
In recent work Felicity has been working very specifically with the themes of physical and mental ‘flooding’ from natural and psychological sources, reflecting on local rural and national urban issues of climate change (increased flooding of rivers in rural areas, recent flash floods in cities resulting from existing drainage systems not coping with this kind of deluge) and the exhausting pressure to be available digitally 24 hours.
The sculptural pieces made from paper, linen and thread act as physical or visual tools for interpreting specific architectural spaces, the rural or urban landscape and physical movement which is maybe geological or human.