James Lomax (b. 1991, UK) previously studied at the Ruskin School of Art. He is drawn to objects that act as barriers and containers and uses these to investigate the physical and material language of a place. Highlighting the permanent and ephemeral gestures contained in a landscape he works with found objects, reframing and reconstructing them by altering their context, materiality, and form. Often working repetitively in series his studio practice sits alongside an interest in exhibition making.
Born: 1991 in United Kingdom
RA Schools student from 2018 to 2022