ART GALLERY 2023 –

AIR POLLUTION: WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?

Each artist has a keen interest in the environment and the problems that arise from air pollution.

This year’s artists include Rosie Stronach, Sarah Strachan, Cameron Lings and Ruth Fitzharris

Current Artist : Rosie Stronach

January

Rosie Stronach

 

‘Thick Air’

Air pollution is considered ‘the largest environment risk to the public in the UK’ – gov.uk, Feb 2022.

This artwork has been drawn using a pen by Air Ink which isolates air pollutants PM10 and PM2.5 and recycles this waste into usable art materials.

The drawing itself maps the presence of Particulate Matter (PM) 10 and 2.5 in the UK. The artwork is made up of two individual drawings, to map each type of pollution separately.

Rosie’s goal was to make the invisible viable, highlighting the severity of the problem in an informative and aesthetically appealing way.

 

2023 EXHIBITION PROGRAMME

AIR POLLUTION: WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?

All artists submitted work under the brief ‘Air Pollution: What Does it Look Like?’

We are delighted to share with you our programme for the year. 

JANUARY – ROSIE STRONACH

www.rosiestronach.co.uk

FEBRUARY – MARINA VITAGLIONE –

www.marinavitaglione.com

MARCH – SARAH STRACHAN –

www.sarah-strachan.co.uk

APRIL – RHIANNON ROBINSON –

www.typefabric.co.uk

MAY – AMY BONSOR –

www.amybonsor.com

JUNE – HAYLEY STEVENSON –

www.tebbsgallery.com

JULY – SMOGWARE x RUTH IMPEY –

www.ruthimpey.com

AUGUST – CAMERON LINGS 

@cameron_lings_

SEPTEMBER – KATHRYN MAGUIRE –

www.kathrynmaguire.net

OCTOBER – MAJA QUILLE –

www.majaquille.com

NOVEMBER – RUTH FITZHARRIS –

www.mumsforlungs.org

DECEMBER – CLARE NATTRESS –

www.clarenattress.co.uk

Air Pollution: What Does it Look Like? – Previous Artists

…coming soon…