Wild Lament by Lesley Logue

September 10, 2012

You and your guest are invited to an exhibition

opening of ‘wild lament

by Lesley Logue

Monday 10th Sept 6pm – 8pm

The Foyer Restaurant & Gallery

82a Crown Street


Exhibition Information:

Wild Lament

Maintenance and repair are key concerns in my work, responding to generational and historic shifts in the environment. Much of the work on show explores my interest in hunting. I am particularly interested in hunting as a right of passage and a shared activity within particular communities. There is a sense of lament not only in the death of the animals but the death of community and ritualistic practices associated with the landscape. My interest is partly fueled by my involvement in the sport of field archery, a sport that simulates the hunting experience through use of paper targets and 3D animal replicas. This sport takes place in natural woodland settings therefore I am also drawn to the evidence of tree maintenance, pruning chopping and removal. The gold stitching on my tree stump drawings is an attempt to repair a wound, which is already too severe. Through my work I play with the juxtaposition of the real and unreal, the act and the simulation, the actual experience and the experience imagined.

Lesley Logue was born and grew up in Scotland. She studied Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University and then went on to complete an MA in Fine Art Printmaking at the Royal College of Art. Lesley has taught at several universities in the England teaching both Fine art and Design practice. Currently she teaches at the University of East London where she is also registered on the Professional Doctorate programme. She has exhibited nationally and internationally.

via Private View – Wild Lament by Lesley Logue.


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