A pop-up exhibition by Mandy Gamsu, Charlotte Southall, and Amelia Frances Wood
The three artists have been in residence at The Art House Wakefield throughout November, finding the similarities and differences between their practices along the way. On the November Artwalk, they launch a show of individual and collaborative works.
Amelia Frances Wood
Amelia Frances Wood’s practice spans across sculpture, drawing, textile, sound and performance to create a bricolage of installations. Her work concerns theories of perception, categorisation, attitudes and control.
Charlotte Southall works across media and disciplines to fill the spaces between URL and IRL in the forms of installations and digital pieces. Her primary interest is in the potential of a space to be transformed into an alternate reality through art. Using a deliberately ‘amateur’ aesthetic, she aims for her work to feel approachable and relatable.
Mandy Gamsu is a multi-disciplinary visual artist who is interested in exploring form, colour and space through collage, painting and sculpture. She enjoys playing with different curatorial decisions, creating scenes, narratives, and conversations between the elements of the work and the viewer.