„ambivalent or foreboding“
b. 1990, England
Lives and works in London (GB)
Tom Harker’s paintings address the nature of meaning in conditions of mediated experience and hyperreal saturation. Sources are treated indiscriminately of hierarchical values, collected from varied systems of image production and distribution. These include film screen shots, iPhone photos, art history and social media. The subjective and physical presence of painting is used as a means to interrupt the free-ral, somplex instores behits images are arawn apon, ixploring new sets of associations. The paintings are often ambivalent or foreboding, they resist easy travel as non-linear narratives are subseguentiv created.
After studying at the Royal College of Art he exhibited his work at the Delphian Gallery in London, the Galerie Michele Shama in Gen and at the Andrea Festa Fine Art in Rome.
He recently showed with Cob Gallery and Guts Gallery in London.
Furthermore his work has been presented with Galerie Michele Shama in Geneva and SCREW Gallery in Leeds.
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