56cm x 90cm
Etching on Japanese Kozo paper
By Kirsten Baskett
etching on Japanese Kozo paper
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Kirsten Baskett (b 1970) grew up in a large family in rural Norfolk. The daughter of a goldsmith father and a cartoon animator mother- media and materials to make things were at her disposal from an early age and these became her playthings.
Kirsten studied MA Visual Arts at Camberwell and during this time her work explored memory through objects which have developed a patina through intense or prolonged human use, fusing sculpture and printmaking through the use of both traditional and digital processes, in order to push the boundaries of Printmaking.
Her favourite sculptor is Bill Woodrow- particularly admiring his clever series called ‘Cutting It’ and in the Printmaking World, Ed Ruscha’s ‘Sin’ 1970 Screenprint
2017 Wells Art Contemporary: Rewind
2017 Group Show: Woolwich Contemporary Print
2017 Group Show: D Contemporary Gallery, Mayfair, London
2017 Flux Exhibition, Chelsea
2017 RA Summer Exhibition, London
2016 Curios: Sites Of Wonder, Studio 3 Gallery, Canterbury
2016 Solo Show: D Contemporary Gallery, Mayfair, London
2016 Tomorrow’s Child, Houses of Parliament, Westminster 6-10 June
2016 Solo Show: 45 Park Lane, Mayfair, London
2015 The Other Art Fair- London
2015 A. Nonymous, London 2014 Shortlisted Beers Contemporary
2014 Shortlisted Aesthetica
2014 Wells Art Contemporary – Winner
2014 Print Jam- Runner up
2014 The Scars Are Not Only Skin Deep, The Cob Gallery, London
2014 Loop, Bankside Gallery, London
2014 Bainbridge, Embassy Tea Rooms, London
2014 AAF Hampstead
2014 AAF Battersea
2013 Solo Show: Lilford Gallery
2013 Pushing Print Festival, The Pie Factory, Margate
2013 Loop, The Gallery, Redchurch Street, London
2013 Freedom of the Press, Old Naval College, Greenwich
2013 Works on Paper, The Brick Lane Gallery, London
2013 Hot off the Press, Curwen Gallery, Margate
2012 Pushing Print Festival, The Pie Factory, Margate
2012 Kyoto Seika University Gallery Fleur Tokyo Japan – Future Outlook of Printmaking
2011 Protest Prints, Camberwell Art College, London
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