The setting in which I place my work is often an integral part of it, as I consider the space a work occupies to be a material in itself, influencing my response. Current ideas explore the act of removal, its subsequent
relationship between presence and absence and the importance of pace or gaps in our lives.' - Katy Armes
Armes work focuses on more subtle intervention with space, working with what's already there. Each of her works, dependent on where they are, will never be the same. 'NoThing' follows this tangent, whereby Armes has removed certain elements within the church and added others; some of which may be hard to identify depending on how closely you examine the space. This follows the Altered mantra well, focusing on the importance of the church as a space but also of its individual elements and also how the arts can be feature within it without severing the environmental calm.
To view Katy's website click here: http://katyarmes.com/home/4534163753
'NoThing' will be exhibited at St. Mary's, South Street, Swineshead, PE20 3JD.
Dates: Saturday 16th May 10.00 - 19.00
Sunday 17th May 11.30 - 19.00