Angela Jarman


Whilst at the Royal College of Art in 2000 Angela Jarman became aware of the link between developments in science and how it was being applied to nature in genetic modification, cloning and mutation.  Her work continues to reflect these thoughts about the more sinister side of these new cell technologies.  By using only clear glass and neutral colours she emphasizes form, texture and structure.  Her method of working, lost wax casting (sometimes in combination with other materials such as metal or resin), requires a high degree of technical skill and her aim is to combine skill with sculptural ambition.  “I am trying to create pieces which have a sense of beauty, but which also have a quality about them which makes them slightly strange and disturbing, [with] a lurking sense of unease.”



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