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Georgia Wightman

Georgia Wightman’s practise is developed from critical thought and research. Investigating conceptual approaches used in contemporary art and the controversy that it has caused has resulted in some interesting responses in her studio and exhibited work. She likes to use the injection of humour to question audience perception as well as poke fun at the expectations of art. This is an aspect of artistic practice that she feels is important and is interesting to question as contemporary art develops.  Wightman also enjoys combining her awful sense of humour with her art practice, as it allows her to connect with her audiences on a human level, as well as engage them through the use of witty titles and conceptual undertones.

Tessa Fox