Amy Gear's practice explores possible (and impossible) inter-relationships between land and the body, knotting together notions of identity, language, knowledge and imagination. Amy works across a broad range of media: drawing, printmaking, painting, photography, moving image, poetry, storytelling, installation, sculpture, spoken word, digital knit, textiles and book making.
Amy Gear graduated with an MA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art in 2015, and currently lives and works in Shetland.
WHERE WE MEET
SHETLAND / LONDON SERIES 2017