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Aimee Wild

My practice concerns time, movement, chance, traces, mapping, plotting and the journey. Everything leaves a mark on this world, whether it is a scuff, a scrape, a footprint or merely a memory. I seek to capture the unnoticed and overlooked and turn it into something worth looking at. This is giving the ordinary a presence and breathing life into the invisible. My practice doesn’t sit within one discipline but skips back and forth between several. It can take the form of installation, sculpture, printmaking and drawing. Whichever form I use, the dissemination will always be drawing. I invent ways to draw through movement, all of which use seismography to create marks on a surface. More often then not, this surface is paper. I believe paper is an underappreciated material and I will always endeavour to utilise it within my work. My work is highly personal to me, and although I leave the finished article to chance, the initial idea and set up is a carefully thought out process.

Close up of drawing

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Drawing

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Drawing methodology

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