We project our own reading, our own intentions and desires through the images we collect and we read the landscape according to our circumstances. Videos and other works in my practice suggest encounters with the real and material in the world. I acknowledge political structuring within the contexts of landscape and image space. Experimental (structural) film and diary filmmaking are primary fields of reference, offering linkages to the open-ended ways of thinking to which my art practice refers.
Karen Bosy (CA/GB)
Karen Bosy moves between London and Toronto; her work is held at Emma Hill Fine Art. As a PhD candidate at RCA, she (re)considers the landscape, the dispersed nature of site, and the dissolution of the frame in the context of art practice. Currently, Karen is an editor on itinerant space, an online academic research journal in SoC, RCA.