ILLIMITABLE / Robyn Lawrence and Dieter Ashton

Exhibition: 4th - 5th April 2019

Open: 1-6pm or by appointment

Preview: 3rd April 6-10pm

Robyn Lawrence is infatuated by the power of print in captivating material tangibility of word and language. Reflecting on the illusive rhetoric of modern communication, she is engaged with the transformation of online discourse into a fine art print practice. Her work celebrates the physicality of print processes by investigating texture, layering, and composition.

Robyn is often informed by autobiographical experience, including themes of discomfort and obsessiveness. As a first year student of the MA Print course at the Royal College of Art, she is enjoying the space to experiment with different processes including lithography and screen printing.

Embracing a fascination with colour and materiality, Dieter Ashton’s work is focused on exploring the diverse qualities of print. With an investigatory approach to colour theory and process, Dieter is captivated by experimenting with and subverting traditional printmaking processes. Recent works include large scale lithographic monotypes on fabric. Currently, as a final year MA Print student at the Royal College of Art he is working towards his degree show.  

During their time at Sagacity Robyn and Dieter are considering how collaborative processes can further interrogate their mutual intrigue for colour, material, and multiplicity.