Archetypal objects and the generic associations of such things are a key area
of interest for
Amy Hurst.  They are often welcomed as part of sculptures
that have functioned with transient movement and can resonate as systems
in themselves.   Paradoxes, play and the poetic are also important elements
that have been present – sometimes expressed through ridiculousness, or a
sense of childishness in the work.  As a result of materialistic associations
these odd and beguiling sculptural objects are volatile, yet manage to hold
their own space. There is some sort of play-off in these works that veers
between the pathetic and something more claustrophobic.

Professional Education:

2001-2005    BA (Hons) Fine Art, Goldsmith’s College, University of London
2000-2001    Diploma in Foundation Studies in Art & Design, Surrey Institute of Art & Design

Group Exhibitions:

2005             BA Fine Art Exhibition, Goldsmith’s College, London
2004             Dividing Lines: an outdoor art show, Numbers Gallery, London

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