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Georgia Fraser

Through a process of layering, masking and obscuring, Georgia Fraser’s abstract works explore themes of self-identification and reflection. Relying on the formal elements of painting and the technicalities of the process, Fraser records energy and emotion in what becomes an autobiography of the artist’s state. The building and erasure of layers of paint and plaster build a narrative and a history; holding the potential to be a never-ending process, Fraser eventually finalises the work with an irreversible and conclusive coat of resin, removing the possibility of further development, existing and allowing only for reflection.

Alveera Rahman