Bethan Kerridge works predominantly in painting and sculpture, combining found objects with painted primary source material, exploring themes of the domestic and the un-homely. Objects and fabrics are subjected to painting processes, resulting in relationships between the familiar and the unfamiliar. She is constantly exploring these artistic procedures in combination with the relationships between the visual, physical and tensile properties of materials that result in a form.
Kerridge is also fascinated by process, employing video and audio techniques to both document the assembly of her art, and to exacerbate feelings of the uncanny. By dislocating the audio from the visual, and utilising domestic tools, the concepts informing her work are present in both the initial, preparatory process of the work and the final outcome.