Series of works from project Too Much
Mixed media (ink, artificial hair, thread and metal wire on sandpaper). Framed in glass and lead circular frames (18cm diameter).
Titles (left to right, top to bottom)
Hit On (Twinned)
Hit On (Nest)
Hit On (Bolster)
Hit On (Swinging)
Hit On (Miss One)
Too Much is a research and development project by artist Rosanne Robertson focusing on mental health and the modern condition of anxiety resulting in the development of newly exhibited assemblage, sculpture, performance and sound art work. These works were recently exhibited with The Penthouse at Sluice__ at oxo Tower Wharf, Southbank, London.
The Hit On series are made during and of heightened emotional states and periods of mania- over activity comes up against boundaries and restraints of form. Using sand paper to mimic an itchy unsettling sensation and techniques such as stitching paired with an aesthetic speaking of delicate works of embroidery, glass or even microscopic plates these works present a magnified moment of overload caught in a still image.
These works are original and priced at £80 each fully framed with metal chain for hanging.
Too Much by Rosanne Robertson is supported by Arts Council England by collecting an artwork from this project you are supporting the continued project and the further artistic outputs.