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Illumini is planning more events, and is looking for artist's, from all genres, including performance, that use light in their work.

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Visual Artist
Location: London
Contact: Email


Sandra graduated in 1994 with an MA in Fine Art Print making at Wimbledon School of Art. Sine then she has exhibited in London, Bulgaria, Germany, USA, Canada and Brazil. Gaining the following awards and prizes, The National Print Exhibition, Julian Trevelyan Award, Curwen prize, Printscape prize, Zenith Purchase Prize and the Artichoke Award. Sandra is now Part-time Lecturer ans artist, researching experimental approaches to 3D animated films.


About the Work Appropriated visuals and sound stored in a digital archive are
reworked and recycled over time, through continual cut and pasting, layering and erasing connections evolve between diverse elements such as; appropriated media images downloaded Internet text & graphics, camera stills and film clips for example

Large format (usually AO size or greater) digital prints reveal complex detail evolved over time mapping intense layers of information and graphics, dealing with the saturation of images and (digitally) encoded information in our culture. Recent 3D animation explores the transformative effect of digital media to create abstract mediations on climate and the environment. A low tech approach to technology is important, searching for unique processes via experimentation to evoke unexpected errors, chance and accident within my practice. My approach to the digital is strongly influenced by previous training in printmaking- including the alchemy of printmaking techniques such as etching, where random qualities often occur through process.


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Above images copyright of Sandra Crisp 2009-2010