Alice Lancaster paints cropped abstractions that speculate on the relationships between bodies and objects. Their titles are infused with a quick humour — impulsive and unapologetic. These collaged works reveal something of Lancaster’s process; a restless piecing together of elements, of overlapping textures and roughly figured space. The works resist perspective, instead offering multiple focal points and ambiguous horizons. The result is a field of shapes, colors and lines that nudge, mobilised, against one another.
Alice Lancaster, b. 1985, St Louis, is a painter who lives and works in New York. Lancaster’s work has been sought by commercial, fashion and interior designers, including a commission to design the 2016 Calvin Klein Resort collection.
Acrylic, Masking Tape on Paper
12 x 12 inches unframed
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