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Parkland is the soft edges of a hard city structure. A place where system and uniform meets freeform and disorder. Parkland is the space in-between, filling the gaps, perpetually opportunistic and persistent with unwavering determination. The slowness of inanimate presence, overlooked and underfoot.
The exhibition contains original drawings, single edition large scale prints of pen and ink drawings and hand screen printed editions of 20.
Claire Scully is a multi-disciplinary professional Illustrator / author / educator specialising in drawing. With a focus on pattern and line and how images are constructed through details and the importance of the minutia within visual language. In her own personal research and drawing practice she strives to answer the questions of ‘what lies beyond the horizon’ by looking at the notion of landscape, memory [individual and collective] and projections of the unknown.
Claire's work explores a variety of themes including the relationship between ‘humans’ and the environment, the ‘silent struggle’ between Nature and Humanity. Her work explores ideas of personal / collective identity through visual language.She has a keen interest in traditional drawing methods and classical techniques and its place within modern contemporary illustration / image generation. Her multidisciplinary nature of drawing / image generation, also explores the importance of inspiration, in as much as what you draw from as draw with, crossing the boundaries into collage, moving image and sound. Her work plays with narratives and scale and moves through strange utopian [dystopian] worlds and parallel universes with juxtapositions of the unexpecte
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