The GAP Studio is currently run by abstract painter Georgina Harris and new media artist Núria Rovira. Working as a remote team between London and Liverpool, Georgina and Núria run a programme of online and physical events to fuel each other's art practices, open spaces of conversation and critical thinking about contemporary art, and funnel young creative talent to the vibrant landscapes of Morecambe Bay.
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Georgina's work is concerned with place, memory and phenomenological experience. She uses acrylics, oils and ink to paint and draw, working outdoors and from memory. She works quickly and instinctively to map her bodily experience of a place. She attempts to redefine concepts of landscape by acknowledging more-than-human ‘animacy’, and offering space for viewers to consider their own emotional and physical entanglement to the places they inhabit.
Kasia produces drawings which curiously investigate time, space and being, to answer questions of belonging, memory, and identity. Her work aims to explore the micro-connections that define us as human beings, taking into consideration social, cultural and historical contexts
Núria Rovira Terradas
Núria is a visual artist working across sculpture, video, installation and site. In her work, she investigates topics of ecology, multi-species relationships and systems in the Anthropocene. Núria’s studio is a lab hybrid for direct interdisciplinary research of biological living media.