Seana Gavin is a London-based artist working primarily in the medium of collage. She overlays and conjoins distinct images drawn from vintage photographic material to create otherworldly scenes, transforming them into dreamlike environments where the past and future coexist. She is also known for her photographic work, documenting her time involved in the free party rave movement during the 1990s.
Chelsea School of Art Foundation
BA Visual Arts drawing at Camberwell
Art Review, work of the week, 2020
Solo Show , Spiral Baby, galeriepcp in Paris 2019
Groups exhibitions include current show The Art of Mushrooms at The Serralves Museum, Porto. Art of the Terraces at The Walker Art Gallery (current), In Plain Site at The Wellcome Collection (current) Mushrooms: The art, design and future of fungi at Somerset House (2020) Sweet Harmony: Rave today at the Saatchi Gallery, London (2019), Portrait of a Generation at The Hole, NYC (2012) Mindful at the Old Vic Tunnels, London (2011)
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
These pieces are part of my ongoing mushroom themed series as seen in Mushrooms: The art, design and future of fungi at Somerset House in 2020 and currently at The Art of Mushrooms at The Serralves Museum in Porto.
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