As part of the wider residency activity, Louise Hobson invited artist Catrin Llwyd to take on our Jane Phillips Award Studio in Elysium Studios, supporting Catrin to explore the production, presentation and development of new work.
Catrin’s art practice explores the everyday spaces and objects within our environment. She explores the unseen, the everyday and the mundane. The works are drawn from memory and pre-existing imagery, including photographs, video stills and images from social media, and contemporary and historical events. Interested in the potential of painting and how this medium can change a viewers perception of a space, she re-appropriates found imagery to create new, simplified objects. Her work is a continuous development where many of the paintings and objects are created using previous works, allowing for an ever-changing dialogue.