BLUE FIRTH

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Pa pa pa pa paaa (or however it goes), 2012

5 colour screen print and spot gloss, 70 x 87cm

Edition of 50

Guide price: £500

ABOUT THE ARTIST

BLUE FIRTH graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in 2011 and exhibits widely in the UK and abroad including, most recently, a major commission in Hatton with Contemporary Art Society. Her practice merges elements of folklore and modern technology in an eclectic range of media from GPS technology and iphones; to large- scale vinyl transfers, sculpture, collage and printmaking.

Selected Exhibitions
(2013) Out of this World, SYSON, Nottingham (2012) Canal & River Trust Commission, Hatton (with Contemporary Society); Courtship of the People, Simon Oldfield Gallery, London; There Goes the Neighbourhood, Copenhagen Place, London (2011) Royal Academy Schools Show, Royal Academy of Arts, London; Self Help, Copenhagen Place, London; (2010) Vigil, Royal Academy Schools, London; Premiums, Royal Academy of Arts, London; Strange Attractor Salon, Viktor Wynd Gallery, London; (2009)
Bad Moon Rising, Boots Contemporary Art Space, St. Louis, MO, USA (2008) That Beautiful Pale Face is my Fate (For Lord Byron), Nottingham Contemporary; (2007) The Moment You Realise You Are Lost, Johann Konig Gallery, Berlin; How Happy a State Does a Miller Possess, (insertspace), The Event, Birmingham; Your life is now a little shorter, My House Projects, Derby Guildhall; Parade, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham (2006) Year 06 Projects, Mary Ward House, with MOOT, London; Objects in Waiting, End Gallery, Sheffield ; Six Shows in Six Weeks, MOOT, Nottingham
Residencies
2006/08 Via Vaudeville’s Folly, Hinterland Projects Residency, Wilford Village 2009 Glenfiddich Artists in Residence, Dufftown, Moray, Scotland

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