‘A reasonably faithful rendering of my experience of looking.’ David Hockney
Artists who look at the world and who strive to record it;
artists that create and construct their own worlds whilst taking inspiration
from the real, borrowing allusions and references from real life, were the main focus of this project. It explores the scenes captured by artists in prints, drawings, films, paintings
and photographs, and which are seldom literal representations, but are
nonetheless accurate, relying heavily on the works of Yayoi Kusama, David Hockney and Peter Doig, as well as
more otherworldly representations of the ordinary, through the art of Rozz
Williams and the short films of David Lynch.
School of Design
MA Textiles, 2016
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Emmeline Kellett is a Knitted Textiles Designer with an extremely experimental approach to push the boundaries of the discipline of Knitted Textiles. Her work explores the layering of processes and the combination of techniques to build fabrics, using both traditional and non traditional craft skills.
- BA (Hons) Textiles and Surface Design, Buckinghamshire New University, 2014
- Freelance swatch designer Pitti Filati, Trend Area, 2014–16; Zinc Design, 2013
- British Fashion Council MA Scholarship, 2014; Monsoon/RCA Collaboration, 2015
- Texitle View, 108, 2014, 258-259; Textile View, 110, 2015, 258-259