Georgia Arnold is currently completing her final year of BFA (hons) at Elam. She has a generative and regenerative practise focused on creating work that functions as a conversation of many elements. This multidisciplinary practise often contains, but is not confined to; installation, drawing, painting, ceramics and found object.
She is interested in concepts of materiality, examining its varying agentic capabilities, and the constant shift between containment and dispersal. Georgia’s work often explores processes of world building, where smaller models allow one to explore possibilities and create alternate realities. These worlds inside the world are amalgamations of the real, the imagined, past and present that transform traditional figure and field relationships.