Geometric Sequences at Husk Gallery, 9th - 20th June
05 June 2014
We are delighted that John Jones Head Artwork Registrar, Patrick Mifsud is set to exhibit ‘Geometric Sequences’ with Fiona Grady at the artist-led Husk Gallery in East London’s Limehouse from 9th – 20th June.
After completing their MA Fine Art degrees at Wimbledon College, UAL, both Patrick and Fiona collaborated on a series of site specific, mixed media installations, including ‘Horizon Sequence’ 2013 for artist-led space Art Lacuna. We are looking forward to seeing what their next collaboration will offer.
Patrick has exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions internationally, at renowned galleries such as The Nunnery, Marsden Woo and Bermondsey Project Space. He has been selected by the esteemed Phyllidia Barlow for the Creekside Open award amongst other prizes. His practice is cross disciplinary, ranging from works on paper, to site specific interventions. He focuses on line and form, and how it can dissect/construct space.
Fiona’s practice echoes Patrick’s; they make reference to and are in conversation with one another. She disperses geometric patterns and documents fields of light. Fiona has been selected for several printmaking prizes and was awarded a wall drawing commission in Deptford railway concourse as part of Deptford X.
For more information on the artists please visit their websites:
Husk Gallery is a project space based in Departure arts centre and café which used to be a chapel. Their focus is showcasing new graduates work in their interesting exhibition space which houses an impressive organ. ‘Geometric Sequences’ is definitely worth a visit to see how both artists have navigated this intriguing space. For information on their exhibition programme take a look at their website.
We are proud that the John Jones Arts Building is a creative hub housing a community of over 100 staff artists and craftspeople. Please take a look at our staff artist pages.
Image credit: Section of, Patrick Mifsud x3, I-VI, 2013.