Sunday, 21 November 2010

Sacha Imrie

A fascination with the documentation of everything, yet an apparent, paradoxical reluctance to give everything away, drives Sacha Imrie’s practice.

Her sculptural work revolves around the two-dimensional – using photography as an initial means of recording thoughts, surroundings, surfaces and whatever else may warrant archiving.

A bid to restrict this documented information, and select points of viewing, sees materials subjected to various processes of fabrication, layering and omission, until sculptural objects form.

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