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    Wood for the Trees
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    Wood for the Trees

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2021, tree branches, glazed ceramic, antique nails, wire, metal pole, approx. installation size: 320 cm x 215 cm x 30 cm

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    Tremmel Hook
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    Tremmel Hook

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2020, 132 cm x 50 cm, approx. 6 - 8 mm glazed ceramic, wire

    ©the artist

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    Carnyx
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    Carnyx

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2020, glazed ceramic, 216 cm x 60 cm x 80 cm

    ©the artist

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    Star Grate for W. Blake
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    Star Grate for W. Blake

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2020, glazed ceramic, 28.5 cm x 35.5 x 3 mm

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    Links
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    Links

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2021, glazed ceramic, approx.15 cm x 100 cm x 2 mm

    ©the artist

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    Eye Grate #1
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    Eye Grate #1

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2021, glazed ceramic, 29 cm x 38 cm x 2 mm 

    ©the artist

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    Dryad Eyes
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    Dryad Eyes

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2021, glazed ceramic, wire, various sizes, approx 6 - 9 cm

    Editions available

    ©the artist

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    The Veil
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    The Veil

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2021, photopolymer, 65 cm x 55 cm

    Print editions and sizes available.

    ©the artist

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    Locks and Knockers
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    Locks and Knockers

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2021, glazed ceramic, 29 cm x 38 cm x 2 mm

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    Fishtail Chainmail
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    Fishtail Chainmail

    , Ashleigh Fisk, 2020, glazed ceramic, wire, iron pole, 105 cm x 23 cm x 2 mm

    ©the artist

  11. Ashleigh Fisk – BA/BFA

    Curriculum Vitae

     

    Education  

    2017-21    Slade School of Fine Art , BA Fine Art 

    2016-17    West Kent Collage, Art and Design Foundation.  

     

    Residencies  

    2019    Rochester square Ceramic studio, Collaboration 

     

    Selected Exhibitions 

    2021, Slade School of Fine Art Degree show/Online showcase 

    2019, ‘Wave 3 (Cancelled?)’ Film by Edward Smyth, ICA New Creatives, ICA,BFI,BBC 

    2019    Tate Lates, Hackoustic  

    2019     33 Bridges, 5-6 Cork St 

    2019    Foragers of the Foreshore, Totally Thames Festival, OXO Tower Barge House 

    2019    C.L.A.Y: Kids and members , Rochester Square Ceramics studio 

    2019    Planter workshop, Camden New Town Festival  

    2019    Smokey by Ashleigh Fisk and Adam Parussoss, Radiophrenia    

    2019    Sound Club presents: SOUP, Slade School of Fine Art  

    2019   Feast of Fools, Battersea Park, London 

    2019    Into the wild, Grow Hackney, Chisenhale Gallery 

    2018    Crossspace II/III , DIY Space for London 

    2018    Hackoustic, Iklectic Art Lab 

    2018    Young Modulous Collective, The Crypt, St Pancras Church  

     

    Publications 

    2017    Artist feature: Ashleigh Fisk, Hiss Mag, March edition 

     

    Work Experience 

    2020-pres      Private Throwing and Hand building lessons, Private studio  

    2018-Pres    Freelance Life model  

    2018-20    Manager/Potter, Hoxton Gardenware, Troy Town Art Pottery  

    2019-20    Life Drawing Tutor,  London School of Economics 

    2017-18    Technician Assistant, Slade School of Fine Art, Technology store

    2015-17     Artist assistant and runner to artist/ Photographer/ Fashion Anna Fox 

  12. Ashleigh FiskBA/BFA

    Price List

    Wood for the trees, 2021 

    Approx. installation size: 320cm x 215cm x 30cm 

    Tree branches, glazed ceramic, antique nails, wire, metal pole. 

    Price on request 

     

    Star Grate for W. Blake, 2020 

    28.5 cm 35.5 x 3 mm 

    Glazed ceramic 

    £1150 

     

    Tremmel Hook, 2020 

    132cm, 50cm, Approx. 6-8 mm 

    Glazed ceramic, wire 

    Price on request 

     

    Links, 2021 

    Approx.15 cm x 100 cm x 2 mm 

    Glazed ceramic 

    Price on Request  

     

    Fishtail Chainmail, 2020 

    105 cm x 23 cm x 2 mm 

    Glazed ceramic, wire, iron pole. 

    £1100 

     

    Locks and Knockers, 2021 

    30 cm x 12 cm x 2 mm 

    Glazed ceramic 

    £500 

     

    Eye Grate #1, 2021 

    29 cm x 38 cm x 2 mm 

    Glazed ceramic 

    £1150 

     

    Dryad Eyes, 2021 

    Various sizes, approx 6-9 cm 

    Glazed ceramic, wire 

    Editions available 

    £250 

     

     

    The Veil, 2021 

    65c m x 55 cm 

    Photopolymer print 

    Editions and sizes available. 

    £180 - £250  

     

    Carnyx, 2020 

    216 cm x 60 cm x 80 cm 

    Glazed ceramic 

    Price upon request. 

     

     

    For all sales enquiries, please contact the artist directly

    All works are unframed, unless otherwise stated (quotes for framing may be obtained from the artist), and prices shown do not include postage and packaging. 

    NB: The Slade School of Fine Art does not act as an intermediary for sales, nor is it liable for any disputes arising from sales of artworks. 

Ashleigh Fisk – BA/BFA

This work explores the veil between palpable and imaginative worlds; a meeting point of temporalities, the threshold of which is often deeply connected to the landscape and the deep memory/time/history it holds. These anarchic realms often are devoid of visible bodies but through the importance of place and creation of objects relating to an unknown function, a body, a human presence is always suggested. Via the work, the audience are centred in a narrative to which they are not privy, the objects of which only exist within this specific space. Both familiar and unfamiliar to the spectator, the objects are alienated as their function is unknown and ultimately futile, simultaneously belonging to a mythological, but also conservational space.

The installation attempts to subtly mimic the liminality of a museum space where objects express the duality of art and utilitarian use, made by past hands, whilst also collapsing time and narratives in their proximity to each other. This lastly highlights omnipresent important of craft throughout my wider practise. The quietness and subtlety of the craft encourage the viewer to question the works placement in the here and now…or the peripheral corners of time and space.