Incurably curious. Claire’s innovative, interdisciplinary art practice explores belief and value systems through the interplay of word and image, using a combination of traditional and new media.
The Architectures of Belonging exhibition brings together a selection of Claire’s works on paper and in 3D from previous and ongoing projects which explore issues of belonging in a context of change.
Claire particularly enjoys working with the people and place in each project, and this exhibition is no exception. As a current MA student at Sarum College studying Theology, Imagination and Culture, Claire is excited about situating her work as a series of conversations within the context of creative theological study and Sarum’s ethos of nourishing the human spirit.
Claire holds a First Class BA Honours Degree in Fine Art and has worked extensively in the visual arts throughout her career. Her artwork and collaborative art-dance projects are exhibited and performed in the UK and abroad. Her St James’ arts residency in Weybridge has recently been featured in an MA dissertation and academic paper from St Andrews University as a model of how participatory art can bring renewed relationship and love to Christian and wider communities.
The exhibition is free and open daily until Saturday 8 June 2019.