BA (Hons) Fine Art at Kingston School of Art.
“During the physical act of making within my practice visual material is distorted as it passes from one medium to the next. I might start with a photograph; this image could then be digitally manipulated, screen printed onto fabric or wrapped around an object. At each stage the image moves further from itself. This reiterative process results in an outcome that is neither representational nor fully abstract, but rather something that traverses the fault line between the two.” Olive Ashford graduates from BA (Hons) Fine Art at Kingston School of Art.
Degree show: With a physical degree show yet to happen, Kingston’s final year Fine Art students are continuing to run a series of takeovers on the Instagram account @kingstonfineart3rdyear as a way of sharing the work they’ve done over the year.
1. Olive Ashford, Land Mass Print, 2020, digital fabric print, 145x220cm.
2. Olive Ashford, Building Blocks, 2020, 3D scanned objects, dimensions variable.
3. Olive Ashford, Stretched Canvas, 2020, wood, canvas, 130x130x30cm.