Whilst considering the relationships between language, knowledge and visual experience, the main focus of Liam Jolly’s varied practise lies in exploring the shift in meaning that takes place between a fiction and reality.
His works tread a fine line between these opposing concepts, employing double take and changing points of view as a mechanism to challenge our assumptions of what we are being presented with.
By playfully questioning the material, mechanics and structures of when something is considered an art work and when it is not, he is making us question our perception of reality in unexpected or subversive ways.
Liam Jolly has an MA in Fine Art from University College Falmouth and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from University of Hertfordshire. He is currently based in Redruth, Cornwall and works across installation, video, performance, painting & public intervention.
VENUE: GALLERY333, EXETER PHOENIX
An intimate window gallery for micro-installations and sculptural interventions.