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Theresa Easton


 

Central to Theresa Easton’s practice is printmaking. Working with a variety of media including glass, metal, brick clay and paper, Easton is interested in pushing the boundaries of printmaking. The content of much of Easton’s work relies on research and an interest in heritage interpretation and historical events. Re-presenting these findings using Artist’s Books, allows the viewer to engage with the work on an intimate level. Recent book projects include a collaborative piece of work entitled The Book Apothecary, a travelling museum of artist’s books. Housed in a specially adapted suitcase, the work includes text based glass pieces and found objects, referencing Darwin’s work on classification and categorisation. On-going projects! such as The Sunderland Book Project provide Easton with the opportunity to work internationally; creating opportunities for artist’s to show case their work on a global scale.

http://theresaeaston.wordpress.com