Rebecca Lowe is an alumna of Leeds Arts University. She works in a range of media including paint, gesso, dry pigment, graphite powder, concrete, plaster, wax and pencil in order to investigate ideas around surface, gravity and space.
Her resulting work is minimal in its aesthetics but painstaking in its processes. She often works from shells and porcelain, and has recently been investigating the casting of stones and other fragments.
Her re-reading of Gaston Bachelard’s seminal text, The Poetics of Space (1958), has informed the title of this exhibition.
Opening night: Thursday 11 January 5-7pm
Free entry. Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome.
Image: Rebecca Lowe, Cast 1, 2016. Rock formed from tidal lamination, plasticine, concrete. Image courtesy of the artist.
- 12 January - 15 February 2018
- Vernon Street Gallery, Leeds Arts University, LS2 8PH (Get Directions)