BEARSPACE is pleased to present “Feralis” the debut solo exhibition by digital artist Suzanne Moxhay.
Moxhay will present a new series of work based on a feral and ery scene, typically playing with the overlaying of her own photographs, film imagery and found landscapes to create new worlds, created in the artists mind and projected onto paper through print.
With the rise of new modes of special effects and ways in which realities are being explored within film, Moxhay uses the language and technical facilities of filmmakers and special effects to create artwork that engages with new media and ideas of utopian landscapes and deathly scenes.
“Feralis” refers to something that is feral, and dangerous.
Suzanne Moxhay (b. 1976, Essex) lives and works in London. After completing a BA Hons in Painting at Chelsea College of Art she went on to The Royal Academy Schools where she graduated with a Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Art in 2007. She was then selected for a year long residency at the Florence Trust Studios, London where she developed her series of photographic works ‘Borderlands’.
She has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally since 2002 and her work is held in many significant public and private collections including the Univeristy of the Arts Collection, The Cooper Union New York, the FSC and the Lodeveans Collection.
Recent exhibitions include ‘GSK Contemporary: Earth Art of a Changing World’ at the Royal Academy of Arts, and ‘The Wild as Will and Mediation’, Wiebke Morgan, London. Her animation work has been shown as part of the programme ‘Do Billboards Dream of Electric Screens?’ on BBC public screens in cities across the UK. She is currently a Print Fellow at the Royal Academy Schools.