Competition Gallery

 

Chloe Sells

Inside The Day, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


Detritus Spectrum, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


If You Look Outside, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


Wild Eyed Ornamental, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


Phoenix Reclinata, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


Kubu Baobab, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


Red Hot Poker, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


Prismatic Occlusion, from the series Closer Than Known

Course: MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Land, as the setting within which we enact our lives, where our memories subsist and our history is born, exerts a subtle power over us. Sells uses this potential to trigger ideas surrounding provenance and identity through ‘nostalgia, the sublime and the exotic’. During the darkroom printing process, that is integral to her way of working, the images are layered with lurid colour and geometric folds, creating an atmosphere of the unreal. Despite her use of artifice, for Sells, the connective tissue that binds the spaces in her works remains that ‘of the world and experience itself.’

www.chloesells.com


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