Louise Hopkins

‘Hopkins rarely makes work on blank surfaces, choosing rather to work on supports which already contain information, turning that information into a painting by repainting and hence transforming it. She re-works something familiar and legible, making deliberate adjustments to the printed matter, forcing the viewer to look closely and re-consider the existing marks alongside the additions.’

The Fruitmarket Gallery Exhibition Guide: Louise Hopkins

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Author: Crisiant Williams

I am a Fine Art student, studying at Cardiff School of Art and Design.

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