Contemporary Art Practice
Rhianon Lawson is a multi-disciplinary artist whose primary focus is the mundanity of life and the endless, repetitious cycle of everyday routines that trap us in phases of existence. Her work illustrates the pride that a small village in the North East of Scotland inherits with a productive history with an integration of modern lifestyles.
Her work may look like a village-core fantasy, but Lawson uses appealing imagery as an enticement method to contrast between the real frustrations she had growing up with social anxiety disorder and the love-hate relationship she has with the environment labelled home, further conveying the image that escaping the bounds of a small town that proves no real communal change happens overnight is similar to finding a four-leaf clover during winter.
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