Natalie’s practice progresses through drawing, printmaking, photography and sculptural forms. She creates abstract sculptural installations based on architectural interventions, which often draw influence from the structural conventions and nuances of space, line, colour and composition.
Her work develops through use of photography and printmaking as an investigative tool in which to construe and consider her environment. Such studies seem to mature and flow seamlessly into the creation of sculptural forms. Through working this way, relationships are built between works and interactions naturally form through this process.
Natalie Finnemore. B. 1988, Warrington, UK
Finnemore completed her BA (Hons) Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University in 2011. Previous group exhibitions include: Left Hand to Back of Head, Object Held Against Right Thigh, The Bluecoat, Liverpool (2016), I Can Read With My Eyes Shut, S1 Artspace, Sheffield (2015); THINK. PLAY. DO, The Tetley, Leeds (2015), Forming Thoughts, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham (2015). She was selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries which toured ICA, London (2013) and Copperas Building, Liverpool (2012). Commissions include producing a set of bespoke furniture for The Tetley’s new resource space (2013) and a limited edition quilt for Labrador (2016).