Pippa Eason’s work makes observations of the abstraction/perception of nature, the tangible, the everyday, and considers it within the accelerating art world. They act as props for the near fictional imagery displayed, they come to life, crumbling from the cocoon of reality, into the pixel generated sub-human culture. The use of symbols for example: dollar signs, cacti, chains, written word, and so on articulate the separation of art in life, against art on screen. These multi layered objects, or digital works serve as a signifier for the aesthetics of contemporary commerce, and viewing. Those aesthetics are then translated into the cyber world, reiterating itself over and over again.
Pippa Eason (b.1993), is currently a Leeds based artist, and a member of serf, Leeds. She completed her MA in Art & Design, at Leeds Beckett University in September 2016. Recent exhibitions have included Penny Idol$: Whitecloth Gallery (Leeds) De-CON-Struction: Duke Street Studios, (Liverpool), TPX X MUESLI for Threshold Festival (Liverpool), The Vitrines: Pippa Eason curated by William Clarke at STCFTHOTS (Leeds), isthisit? AFK, (London), and An Evening with isthisit? (Suffolk).