Laura Aldridge ‘No Math Method’
material offcuts on A3 digital print
Laura’s print is a relation to her ongoing series of soft textural works. She says ‘I rarely, if ever, work on paper, so with making a print in mind I wanted to make it feel as live as possible - to add the potential of movement through stitched fabric and loose threads. The added textiles are fabric offcuts are pieces left over from various projects: a building wrap for The Biennale of Contemporary Art, Brno; A fabric banner for an exhibition at Curfew Gallery; fabric tests for The Bothy Stores Aprons I made in 2017; scraps from an Artlink making workshop for staff at Cherry Road Day Centre.’
Laura Aldridge (b. 1978, Frimley) lives and works in Glasgow. Recent solo exhibitions include: Go Woman Go! British Council UK/NG, Abuja, Nigeria (2017); Inside all my activities, Koppe Astner, Glasgow (2016); One-to-another, One-to-one, Passerelle Centre D’Art Contemporain, Brest, France (2015); California wow! Tramway, Glasgow (2015). Recent group exhibitions include DIDING – An Interior That Remains an Exterior, Künstlerhaus, Graz (2015), Rubbernecking in the Stacks, Greene Gallery, Los Angeles (2014), The Cat Show, White Columns, New York (2013).
Project organisers: Ruth Ewan, Kitty Anderson (Director of LUX Scotland), Sarah Reid (curator and educator) and Claire Forsyth (Glasgow Print Studio curator). For more information contact Sarah Reid: email@example.com
Thanks to Glasgow Print Studio, The Passenger Press and Flux Laser & CNC Studio.
Prints are limited to 2 of each edition and 2 box sets per person.
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