The works are made with materials that are steeped in memory and infused with familiarity. Inspired by his precise yet free-flowing sketches, Chisnall's darkly humorous sculptures frequently evolve out of a process-led dialogue between the subconscious and his chosen materials. Allowing the work to rebel and dictate, taking on its own presence. Whilst this process allows for unexpected jumps in the direction of the work, a strong 'organic meets geometric' aesthetic remains.
Mythological sketches are transformed into compelling constructions and organic forms. Detailed instructions alongside these drawings are often left for months or even years before they coalesce into final objects or forms.
The exhibition runs until Monday 4th March and we will be open late on Thursday 28th until 9pm for Fitzrovia Lates. Come join us for a drink and a chat with the artist.