Curated by Nancy Victor
Collage allows us to investigate boundaries through varying mediums and ideas, exploring and combining new and existing formulas with ones not yet forgotten. The assemblage of recycled, found objects and varying materials fuse together to form outcomes that are forever interrupting our landscape, provoking ambiguity and diverting our way of seeing.
To complement Tate Britain's Kurt Schwitter's exhibition, 'Schwitters in Britain', Nancy Victor is holding an exhibition exploring the work of mixed media artists working in the 21st century. Through an open call for entries, 24 artists all working with collage and mixed media have been selected to take part in this two week exhibition. The selected artists draw themes upon the environment, landscape, culture, fiction, identity, history, space and much more.
Exhibiting artists: Duncan McAfee, Ellie Geary, Angel Fernandez Sanchez de la Morena, Matt Gee, Cheryl Simmons, Christina Kerns, Christopher Eyles, Emanuela Santini, George Myers, JFM Masson, Ian Kirkpatrick, JV Aranda, Kadie Schmidt-Hackenberg, Kate Keara Pelen, Kraggy, Mo Awwad, Maria Christoforatou, Raksha Patel, Sarah Choo, Andrew Thomas, Janet Curley Cannon, Nicholas James Lockyer, Jon Pilkington, Henny Burnett and Will Nixon.