The title of the exhibition Atomic Forms & their Corruptions references The Nature of Things, a poem by Lucretius. The artworks create a visual narrative presented through a series of still photographs that have been corrupted, painted on, re-photographed, re-painted and photographed again. The shadows of the past are lost, and only fragments of the source material remain.
Pauline Amos lives and works in London. She completed a PhD at Dartington College of Arts in 2004, investigating visual polymodal art-making.
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