GOLDSMITHS | BA Fine Art 2016

Claire Belfield



Squish (2016)
My use of photography as means of documenting the geography of work in a space has evolved over time, allowing me to engineer the eye of the viewer through a consciously determined arrangement that transforms into a fictional space. My Practice is at a positive crossroad in deliberating between its presentation to the viewer as either physical sculpture (3-Dimensional) or photographic imagery (2-Dimensional).
Squish (2016) by Claire Belfield

Squish (2016)
My use of photography as means of documenting the geography of work in a space has evolved over time, allowing me to engineer the eye of the viewer through a consciously determined arrangement that transforms into a fictional space. My Practice is at a positive crossroad in deliberating between its presentation to the viewer as either physical sculpture (3-Dimensional) or photographic imagery (2-Dimensional).