Artist in residence - Second Floor Until Saturday 3rd February
The Hospital Club presents The Baldwin Gallery’s Betwixt, exploring the organic and psychic transference between selves and species, featuring the shape-changing photography of David Ellingsen and Meryl McMaster. Of indigenous and European descent, Plains Cree sculptural-photographer, McMaster, pits delimiting identities – Native American, Canadian, female, human – against the immediacy of her lived body in the natural world. She expresses heritage and contemporaneity as a synergistic strength of unities, rather than a struggle between opposites.
Ellingsen’s Anthropocene series is inspired by the proposed renaming of our geological epoch, as Earth’s systems are irrevocably altered by human activity. Transmuted skeletal remains, adrift on blackness, reference future and past and are both a warning and rendering of hope.
Both artists have shown in museums around the world.
Size:24” x 24”
Works by David Ellingsen
Size:36” x 36”
Medium:Archival pigment print on watercolour paper
Size:20” x 30”
Works by Mery McMaster.
Can be purchased in a set: Avian Wanderer I, 2015, Avian Wanderer II, 2015 & Avian Wanderer III, 2015 for £4,500
Medium:Digital Chromogenic print,
Size:36” x 50”
Works by Meryl McMaster
Size:45” x 30”
Medium:Digital Chromogenic print
Size:24” x 36
Size:36” x 24”