AA2A Artist

Estelle Woolley

Artform:
Interdisciplinary artist working with natural materials
Year:
2021-23
Location:
Chester
Influences:
Alice Maher, Janine Antoni, Nina Katchadourian, Ellen Hoverkamp
Email:
estellewoolley@hotmail.co.uk
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Project summary:

My work explores ways of working with nature, involving spending time foraging, collecting materials and thinking of ways to combine these to create new meanings.

I am in the process of setting up projects with new collaborators, including making a headpiece from oakgalls for a life model, ‘Explorist’ based in Sheffield; making work using natural materials in the landscape and different models with photographer Mary Hill, experimenting with cyanotypes using wildlife photographs taken by Sam Ryley, and working on an ASMR podcast with sound artist Ben Woodhouse.

I would also like to develop my Curiosities For Cats Project, as well as continue to build my website and have a more professional web presence.

The scheme will give me the confidence to experiment with producing new bodies of work in a supportive environment, with access to equipment that I don’t have at home and using the library facilities for contextual research.

I would again be open to involving students in my projects to collaborate with; anyone wishing to model or even take the photographs (if it is useful for their practice).

My work explores ways of working with nature, involving spending time foraging, collecting materials and thinking of ways to combine these to create new meanings.

I am in the process of setting up projects with new collaborators, including making a headpiece from oakgalls for a life model, ‘Explorist’ based in Sheffield; making work using natural materials in the landscape and different models with photographer Mary Hill, experimenting with cyanotypes using wildlife photographs taken by Sam Ryley, and working on an ASMR podcast with sound artist Ben Woodhouse.

I would also like to develop my Curiosities For Cats Project, as well as continue to build my website and have a more professional web presence.

The scheme will give me the confidence to experiment with producing new bodies of work in a supportive environment, with access to equipment that I don’t have at home and using the library facilities for contextual research.

I would again be open to involving students in my projects to collaborate with; anyone wishing to model or even take the photographs (if it is useful for their practice).

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