Saturday, 12 July 2008
Janet Curley Cannon
In her work, JCC investigates the characteristics of surface within the urban environment. Mainly those that are desolate, neglected and decaying. Textile remnants fractured paint surfaces and twisted reflections are amongst those indicators of lives lived and times past that fascinate her.
Processes Involved in her modus operandi include drawing, sketching and photography. She is an artist who likes to combine and mix media with both traditional and digital techniques. In more recent times she has made a large number of digital collages in 2d and 3d. Another mode of output has been a video animation which you can view along with all of her other works at her website
Her work is also currently on view in "LOOP08" which is an artist collective that exhibit at various UK venues thus far. The exhibition being held at the Menier Gallery in Southwark, London UK. July 1 -12th, 2008.
Posted by Aine Scannell at 06:44