Lot 31 - Jodie Wingham - Love+Affection
Lot 31 - Jodie Wingham - Love+Affection

Lot 31 - Jodie Wingham - Love+Affection

Screen print on Shoji paper

2024

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Women in Art

ARTIST INFO

About 

Jodie Wingham is an artist, predominantly based within the field of printmaking, where her work seeks to challenge the constructs of the medium itself through an investigation into the nature of looking. Since Graduating her work has been selected for shows across the United Kingdom, recently she was selected to take part in the UKYA take over in Nottingham. She has also exhibited internationally where her joint proposal was selected to for a group show at the Terrault Gallery in Baltimore, USA. 

Jodie’s work combines printmaking with non traditional methods of display to create artworks that playfully distort images, where images are turned into sculptural forms. Inspired by the act of observing others and the audiences’ enjoyment of this process she focuses on the viewers desire to look and gain information, often using imagery with voyeuristic tendencies. 

Education 

2015-2016     
MA Fine Art, School of Art, Birmingham City University Distinction 

2011-2014      
Fine Art BA (Hons), School of Art, Birmingham City University 1:1 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

2022  
The Great British Prize, Artists&Illustrators Magazine, OXO Tower, London 

2022    
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London 

2022    
Start.Art London, Saatchi Gallery, London   

 

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