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Another collage

Another collage using discarded pieces of work, ghost prints and tracings, cut up or torn and re-ordered. The fragments are parts of a disjunctive narrative, brought together in a way that “feels right”.

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Reflective thinking

Having had a seminar presented by two RCA students studying MA in Fine Art, I then had a fabulous tutorial with one of the students about my degree work. Sounds strange, but I was struggling to really believe the connection […]

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New work

For some reason I am using a lot more colour! I am continuing to explore printed mark-making and taking some of those experiments into collage work, bringing together various materials, much of it recuperated from discarded pieces of work, ghost prints and […]

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Event Exhibition

Zenith Blue + Primary Red

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    ARCADECARDIFF Unit 3b, Queens Arcade, Queen Street, Cardiff , CF10 2BY ARCADECARDIFF
  • From:
    December 17, 2015
  • To:
    January 08, 2016
  • Location:
    Wales
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New public light work commissioned for Spinningfields, Manchester

Castlefield Gallery is excited to be working in partnership with Allied London in commissioning artist Liz West to create a brand new installation for Spinningfields, Manchester. Through No. 3 will be a six-metre long triangular corridor of light and colour installed […]

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UGO RONDINONE CLOUDS + MOUNTAINS + WATERFALLS

Asides from thinking it must have been a joy to stretch those curvaceous cloud canvases there’s a serious ethereal edge to the sponged pigment floating on the surface to Rondinone’s Cloud paintings. Titled after the dates produced the Cloud paintings lift the Mountain sculptures […]

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Research post residency – Use of Colour

Straight after the residency had finished with AirSpace, it was time to set up the Narrative exhibition . The exhibition ‘ Consume My Shopping Mall’ was shown in an empty unit. Most of the walls were white washed, we took […]

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A Sensory Perspective?

For as long as I can remember I have observed and interacted with the world from a super sensory perspective. Once, after observing my behaviour and aesthetic for three years, my art school tutor told me I was sensual and […]

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The Fear

A world premiere, brand new work and brand new concept.

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Liz West Awarded Major Commission at National Media Museum

Light Fantastic season celebrates the UNESCO International Year of Light.     Liz West’s new light installation will take centre stage in a season of free events at the National Media Museum, celebrating the UNESCO International Year of Light. Manchester-based artist Liz […]

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Blog Student

Ambiguous, Inert and Obscure

A blog that will follow my practice starting from my final submission of second year at Northumbria University and finishing at my final year degree show.

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Through – New Light Installation at &Model, Leeds

Within physical architectural spaces, and in this work Through, I have used light as a material that radiates outside of its boundaries and containers. I have playfully refracted light through the several outward facing windows of And Model Gallery in […]

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Problems of size and colour…

Having finalised the construction method for House of Cards, I have been busy completing the proposed installation sequence for the exhibition organisers, and trying to finalise the budget.   I found out that one of my grant applications was successful! […]

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