Harriet Gillett is a painter and printmaker from East Yorkshire, currently based in London. Inspired by her literary background, she is interested in drawing parallels between different narratives, looking to break down binaries by creating works which seek to blur the lines between abstraction and figuration, tradition or the contemporary, predator or prey.
Working from a combination of observational drawing and imagination, she creates distance from the original subject through a layering of various materials and processes in order to reflect upon nostalgia and the ways that memory often sugar-coats reality.
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