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Corrie Thomson is a visual artist living in Glasgow, working predominantly with sculpture. Her work is heavily informed by architecture, furniture, the design and engineering of everyday objects and the patterns and forms that emerge through the close investigation of these processes. Thomson questions how things are made and in response she works with processes of construction, fabrication, model-making and craft. She routinely assesses the usefulness of objects and materials. Balance, tension and precarity are at the heart of her practice. Thomson creates objects which tend to resist categorisation and sit proudly in their anonymity.
Issue 1 - 'Editor's Letter'
Issue 3 - 'vibrations that matter'
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