Somerset Art Weeks. Migration
Exploring the human story and our responses to the environment.
Rosie Lee have exclusively produced a triptych of contemporary artworks for Somerset Art Weeks Festival 2015. The annual countywide event celebrates a variety of contemporary visual art in over 100 venues across the country with more than 350 artists taking part.
‘Migration’ is a study into urban wildlife and the progression of human disturbances in the Darwinist law and order.
Foxes now hunt trash and falcons have learned to benefit from artificial lights, many species are stuck in a vacuum where they haven’t been before, and from where they will never be able to escape.
Displayed in A0 lightboxes the distorted graphics and vivid colour plays with an idea of a new world where animals no longer have identities. The hunter and the hunted roam together in a surreal space, retired from their natural instincts and intuitions.