Selby Hurst Inglefield (b.1997) is from the seaside town, Brighton. In 2015, she moved to London to start her Foundation Diploma in Fine Art at Central St Martins, University of the Arts London. After finishing her foundation, Selby continued to study BA Fine Art at Central St Martins from 2016-2019. Selby uses the technique of rug punching to create her textile works. This medium allows her to create a physical sense of comfort through the soft textures and the relaxing time consuming nature of the process. Rug punching also allows Selby to reflect on her practice’s wider themes of the domestic space, home and the mundane.
Central St Martins BA Fine Art
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
This group of postcards I made in my excitement for the upcoming season of spring. I wanted to create fun pieces which reminded me of those happier months, the sun, the moon and the bloom.
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