Grey Screen Print on BFK Rives Grey Paper, 56cm x 76cm
"Being Wattle" reveals a series of awkward interactions between a figure and her surrounding landscapes through prints and video works. The figure is dressed to match these landscapes. She is attempting to become part of them, yet is constantly faced with interruptions. These clumsy realities challenge how we comprehend and interact with our natural environments.
About Claire Mosley
My work describes landscape, my interactions with landscapes using printmaking, video and the artist book.
These interactions are curious, sincere, sad, awkward and humorous. These pieces act to reveal my personal relationship to and experiences within the natural world through the use of different mediums.
My art aims to challenge how humans attempt to connect with nature, and encourages the viewer to contemplate how they fit in with their natural environment.