Through her paintings, Grace Tobin explores the interdependence between the human experience and the environments we construct for ourselves. Using a pattern and graphical forms, she reconstructs familiar domestic settings, playing with perspective to present a segmented version of reality. The repeated motifs and imagery in her works allude to the themes of imperfection and repetition in our lives and routines. Her work exhibits the speculative, contemplative moments in which we are formed, informed, and reminded by our surroundings over time.
Tobin recently graduated from the Royal College of Art (2022) in London and previously studied fine art in Ohio, USA and Florence, Italy. She has exhibited in the UK, Italy and the US at All Mouth Gallery, London Paint Club, Plain Gallery, Fisher Gallery, and Space Gallery. She is currently exhibiting with Court Tree Collective in New York, as well as Canopy Collections and Rhodes Contemporary Art in London.
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