Fragile Stories - Contextualising Information
Fragile Stories explores the complexity of mark making on an intimate scale, using typographic punctuation and careful precision to create skeletal structures inspired by the natural world and textile samples. It responds to nature as lines, shapes and rhythms of contemplative repetition, and to stitching as text and language.
This item contains the following contextualising information about the international dissemination of Mandy Bonnell's work between 2015 and 2020:
1. Documentation of work-in-progress at the Elam International Print Workshop, Auckland, New Zealand, 30 January 2015 - 28 February 2015. Image courtesy of Mandy Bonnell. Used with permission.
2. Online publicity for Seeds and Syntax, Eagle Gallery EMH Arts, London, 6 February 2015 - 6 March 2015. Available via this link and also below under 'References'.
3. Online publicity for Imaginary Worlds, Oriel Davies Gallery, Wales, 22 October 2016 - 25 February 2017. To view use this link or see below under 'References'.
4. Online publicity for Bonnell's exhibition at Scuola di Grafica Gallery, Venice, Italy, 3-11 March 2017. To view use this link or see 'References' below.
5. Online publicity for From the Ground, Drawing Projects UK, Trowbridge, 5 May - 28 June 2018. To view use this link or see 'References' below.
6. Online publicity for a talk by Mandy Bonnell and James Brooks in association with From the Ground, Drawing Projects UK, Trowbridge, 5 May - 28 June 2018. View via this link or see 'References' below.
7. Publicity documents for Special Editions at Eagle Gallery EMH Arts, London, 28 March - 20 April 2019. See PDFs contained within this item. Documents courtesy of Eagle Gallery EMH Arts. Used with permission.
8. Online publicity for Homebody: New Prints 2020/Winter, International Print Center New York (IPCNY), USA, 14 Jan - 21 March 2020. View via this link or see 'References' below.
9. A virtual tour of the exhibition Homebody: New Prints 2020/Winter, International Print Center New York (IPCNY), USA, 14 Jan - 21 March 2020. View via this link or see 'References' below.
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