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A collection of black ink drawings, tentative paintings, and hybrid photographic works, both very large and very small, exploring identity, health, and sexuality. The work strives to draw lines between the ways that pain, desire, thoughts, fears and trauma manifest in the movement of both the mind and the body.
This exhibition brings together seemingly disparate, but ultimately deeply entwined, thoughts, fears, preoccupations, joys, desires, pains, and discoveries of being a woman living in this world today. It has been driven by the perpetual search for kindness, sense, and peace in a place and time that not only exacerbates, but thrives on human physical and mental tensions, confusion, and discomfort in body and soul.
Alexandra Charlotte Pullen is a multidisciplinary artist, whose practice involves a range of media and materials, all of which are linked through her constant and deepest form of expression: drawing. She studied at the Ruskin School of Fine Art (2011 – 2014), and then completed a masters in print at the Royal College of Art (2017 – 2019). Her work is held in the Victoria and Albert print archives, as well as the Ashmolean Museum collection. Previous shows include ‘Trio’, a three-woman exhibition in Oxford, and many group shows. This is her debut solo exhibition. She currently lives and works in London.
The exhibition includes the following events:
Music Event: Sunday 18 June at 2.30pm. All welcome. Please email us for numbers.
Artist Talk/Q & A: Saturday 24 June 2023 at 2.30pm. All welcome, just turn up!
1, Paved Court