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STATEMENT OF WORK
Beatrice Lettice Boyle is interested in Shelley Duvall, bumper stickers, witches/hags, choosing fabric and the seam between things. Recent work has appropriated imagery from 18th century Shunsh? woodblock prints, a 15th century painting of the crucifixion attributed to Bosch, 16th century Brueghel landscapes and Disney’s 1937 Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs. In Boyle’s installations the references, which span eras and hi/lo culture, exist on a simultaneous plane.
Boyle paints on hairy hessian, flax and heavy woven linen and has used velvet, compressed cork and bumper stickers in recent work.
An ongoing text titled 'A Rich Seam' runs alongside their studio practice, it examines the seam between things as the site of excitement, a rich seam to mine.
Boyle graduated from the Royal College of Art, MA Painting, in 2018, they currently live and work in London. Recent exhibitions include Nourishment, Guest Projects, London 2019; Maenad, The Arcade Project, London 2018; Jolene’s Unit, Thornton Le Dale Antique Centre, Yorkshire 2018; Les Mains Dans Les Poches, Pierre Poumet, Bordeaux 2018; Time Poor Dreamers, Cypher Space, Berlin 2017