‘The Ghost House’, 2018, drypoint on Hahnemuhle 300 gsm paper, mounted on aluminium panel, 160 x 240 cm, edition of 3 + 1 AP
Liam Garstang’s practice is trans-disciplinary; typically his concepts resolve themselves in installations that involve sculpture, video, ceramics, and printmedia. His works are based on personal, generational, and collective events and iconography, as well as the excavation of emotional responses to place. A strong sense of the performative also underpins his work, inasmuch as it is oriented around notions of ritualisation, presence and gesture.
For this exhibition, Liam Garstang recorded a video interview in the gallery with George Popov, which you can view below: