Held: Catherine Baker

As an artist-researcher, Baker's practice investigates the impact of illness and diagnosis on the individual, those they share their lives with, and what it means to be measured and mapped as a clinical experience that focuses on the biological body. Her current work responds to ideas of imperfection, straightness, repair, within the context of illness and disease explored by the artist through metaphors such as the ‘bow’- frequently used in quality wood-working to ‘mend’ fractures that appear in timbers. 

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Uprooted Visions

Temporary exhibition at Edinburgh Printmakers until 02.07.2023

Uprooted Visions   is an exhibition of new work assembling a multiplicity of practices and cultural reference points, print processes and ways of experimenting with printmaking. The culmination...

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