'No Concept, Whatsoever' - Louise Wick, 2014
Concept-less white painting, with definition of ‘concept’, ‘pretentious’ and ‘irony’.
'Define: Landscape' & 'Define: Portrait' - Louise Wick, 2014
Landscape and Portrait on canvas: canvases hand stretched, primed and sanded four times, text screen printed over canvases.
Challenging the Formalist preconceptions of art and in particular of painting. Inspired by Conceptual art and the language-based art of the movement, as well as Minimalist painting.
Colour ‘photocopy paintings’ - red, white, and black
Fine Art (part B) semester 2 at Loughborough University
Fine Art Part B Semester 1 - Repeated photocopy of Marilyn Monroe, 2014
Image of Marilyn Monroe photocopied four times, each time copying the one original image along with the copy just made. Therefore decreasing the quality of the copy each time, resulting in four differing qualities. .
Fine Art Part B - Semester 1 - Photocopy ‘paintings’ - 2014
Painterly forms created using material and a photocopy; black, white and grey materials moved over the photocopier as the copy bar moves from one side to the other. The image in manipulated by the movement and by the qualities of the photocopier.
Fine Art Part B - Semester 2 - Text Art
'this is not an original', 2013
8 photocopies of a piece of text created on a typewriter. Can be copied infinitely. The value of the art work lies in its question of originality, not in the pieces themselves.
Art is the lie that enables us to realize the truth.
Fine Art Degree - Part B/Year 2
Lomography photography: Stairs