Interval

Isobel Rayson

3 Feb 2016 to 14 Feb 2016

The evidence of a mark can be read as a record of ones presence. In this recent body of work Isobel has investigated how her mark making, which includes carving, drawing and imprinting, has recorded her physical presence and also her absence. Isobel has used both traditional and non-traditional mark making techniques to create this body of work that ultimately stands as evidence of a moment in time from which each of the works were made.

Image: Imprint, 2016, Polymer resin; 10.8 x 15 cm, image courtesy of the artist


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