Born in 1971, Suffolk and graduated from Leeds university in Fine Art, where
later studied for a masters in Gender Studies. First exposure has been
successful at Londons Olympia Exhibition 2002 where work has since been
included in a few small private collections.
I produce from my studio - an ever evolving body of work where my passion so
far has been involved in the figurative genre. A diverse physical and
psychic entity in constant communication with itself - evokes emotion,
tastes, truths, pleasures and damage. I capture one moment; a glimpse of a
moment transcribed visually, connecting with what it might mean - loaded -
to live a life.
The body is a recurring theme, an experiment that can investigate gender,
that can be part of a possibility to change - a precursive movement to
understand body habitation. To be able to decode metaphor, if consciousness
is opened up in a physical, pathological and psychological sense reality is
paradoxical.There something primal echoes, where we are all the same. We
have different experiences. What constitutes naturalness? The body is
striking . Its chemical reactions.
Notions, self, dictations, choreography, language, love, love sick,
trans-body, transformed, dualities, double axis, taste, desire, passion,
pleasure, damage - history.. .. sub-cultures...
I paint for my own record. In this space I learn my own time, and recognise
things that happen, love and understand people I've met along the way. And
because I don't want to stop.
I also work on commissioned pieces for clients internationally and have
participated in collaborative exhibitions.
The following is part of some thoughts that go along with some work:
eternal whispers (genderless)
stretched - through black
my matrixial gaze
think (you have)
from the inside
Kim Davison Feb 2005