Sat 04 Sep 2010 by Emma_McCann
C&P's next fabulous show features Brighton-based artist Julia Trigg. Julia loves all kinds of typography and her artwork reflects a love of paper ephemera. She often uses found printed matter in her collages, although she's not keen on the thought of cutting and tearing up such carefully collected material, so Julia prefers to work digitally. This means no end to her experimentation with colour, composition, scale and texture. She creates lively, graphic pieces using ham radio cards from the 1920s, wood block type and hand written messages, stamps and envelopes, postcards and letters.
The exhibition opens on 17th September and runs until 18th October, so contact C&P if you would like an invitation to the PV, although you automatically receive one if you are on their mailing list.
Castor & Pollux
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