b 1986, lives and works London.
Trash River, 2021. Digital render, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist.
Ryan Orme identifies ruins as places where human and natural landscapes meet, interpreting them as in-between, no-spaces that grant freedom of possibility that exist outside of the normal frame. In this digital rendering, stylized ink drawings traverse across to the free-standing painted form, asserting a sense of dynamism. Standing on its own, the verdant painterly surface of Trash River possesses a sense of monumentality. Inset in the sculptural build, a small painted image attracts the viewer with its detail. Through these elements, the artist reconfigures the way decay and non-functionality are perceived; artistic interpretation and interception suggests that space and imagery can be re-evaluated with new meanings.
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