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Mark Lloyd

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Eternal singularity, 2015 Paints And Pigment Made From Ash 180 X 150 X 4 © artist
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Echoes of uniformity, 2014 Paint And Pigment Made Of Ash 170 X 140 X 5 Cm © artist
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will i dream, 2014 Paint On Canvas 170 X 140 X 7 © artist
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Daisy daisy, 2014 Paint On Canvas 170 X 140 X 7 Cm © artist
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examination of purpose, 2014 Paint And Pigment Made From Ash On Canvas 180 X 70 X 7 Cm © artist
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OMG its full of stars, 2013 Paints On Canvas 185 X 145 X 5 Cm © artist
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i want more life, 2012 Paints On Canvas 150 X 120 X 7 Cm © artist
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MEME, 2012 Paints On Canvas 200 X 160 X 7 Cm © artist
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Birmingham
Birth year
1971
Lives in
Bournemouth
Works in
Bournemouth
Schools
Winchester School of Art, 2011, Masters
Falmouth School of Art, 1989, Bachelors
Statement

Manifesto:

My work is based on the blurring of philosophical conceptions and science fictions that aim to question evolution of humanity and technology and the place of soul/aura in our age of modern technology. Philosophy and conceptual theory is always the starting point for my work and it is from here I visually manifest ‘thought experiments’ through my art practice and processes. I enjoy and indeed generally intend (but not always) to combine or synthesise traditional and contemporary materials, techniques and technologies. Over the many years of practice I have formulated a rich visual language and set of processes in which paint and computer technology (and many other things) are synthesised and utilised to manifest my ‘thought experiments’ and explore philosophical posits. One example is the process of burning artworks to form pigments to paint with, this is an re-appropriation of the Hindu practice of Antyesti. My practice provides an exciting and on-going ever changing realm to address the as yet unknown unknowns of human advancement in the age of computer technology, genetic development, and future wonders and catastrophes of human evolution.

Mark Lloyd 2015

 

http://lloyd-fineart.com/biography

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