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Matthew Harris

1966 United Kingdom

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  • About the Artist

A graduate of the textile course at Goldsmiths College, Matthew Harris makes work that employs painting, cutting and hand stitching.  He has worked with textiles since 2000, having previously created and exhibited drawings and works on paper. Matthew Harris makes work that employs painting, cutting and hand stitching. It is concerned primarily with abstract imagery and the translation of drawn marks into cloth.  By making work that is pieced, patched and assembled, he aims to create pieces that explore repetition, pattern and the disrupted or dissonant journey of line and image across and through the surface of cloth. He has shown in a number of group and solo exhibitions throughout the UK, Ireland US and Japan and his work has been acquired by The Whitworth Museum and Art Gallery and the Shipley Museum and Art Gallery. It is also included in numerous private collections. In 2014 he took part in Field Notes, a collaborative project with the British Composer Howard Skempton and Birmingham Contemporary Music Group. In 2009, he completed Scorched, a ten metre long Graphic Score for the newly refurbished Colston Hall music venue in Bristol.

Matthew Harris lives and works in Britain

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2009

40 x 40 cm

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2009

40 x 40 cm

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