I’ve Got A Piece Of Something Important
I’ve Got A Piece Of Something Important
I’ve Got A Piece Of Something Important

Katie Eraser

I’ve Got A Piece Of Something Important

Acrylic, oil stick, aerosol paint, plaster, cardboard, tape

140 x 40 x 30 cm

Location: Waterloo
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About Katie Eraser

Confrontations, collisions and disruptions act as co-conspirators in the visual language of London-based Australian artist Katie Eraser. In her work, a fragmentation of the figure occurs through pop imagery overlayed with the psychological space, referencing a multitude of styles and epochs. Her practice offers a queering of the domestic space, where the banal and overlooked take on new life and power. Eraser’s art is a reflection of the modern obsession with the bright and joyful exteriors we perform which hide the reality underneath the masks we wear. Her paintings scrutinise the idea that all is not what it seems, depicting a place where everything has the potential to become strange, unfamiliar, sinister. Interrogating anxiety, obsession and the erotic, her work seeks to create hallucinatory and off-kilter settings that are intentionally uncomfortable and tense. Eraser invites us to reconsider our relationship to the spaces we inhabit and the reality of what goes on behind the mask. Katie Eraser is an Australian multidisciplinary artist based in London, she works across painting, sculpture and installation. Since 2017, she has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions across England, Italy, Germany, Portugal and Australia. Eraser obtained a Graduate Diploma of Contemporary Art at the Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne in 2021. She has previously completed a Masters in Therapeutic Arts Practice from the Miecat Institute (2020); and holds a Bachelor of Design from Billy Blue College of Design (2007). Eraser is currently on the Turps Studio Programme where her studio is based for 2023-24. Confrontations, collisions and disruptions act as co-conspirators in the visual language of London-based Australian artist Katie Eraser. In her work, a fragmentation of the figure occurs through pop imagery overlayed with the psychological space, referencing a multitude of styles and epochs. Her practice offers a queering of the domestic space, where the banal and overlooked take on new life and power. Eraser’s art is a reflection of the modern obsession with the bright and joyful exteriors we perform which hide the reality underneath the masks we wear. Her paintings scrutinise the idea that all is not what it seems, depicting a place where everything has the potential to become strange, unfamiliar, sinister. Interrogating anxiety, obsession and the erotic, her work seeks to create hallucinatory and off-kilter settings that are intentionally uncomfortable and tense. Eraser invites us to reconsider our relationship to the spaces we inhabit and the reality of what goes on behind the mask.

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