Tracey Holland uses objects, paint, drawing, light, film and photography to create work. These are mainly installation pieces, which over the past 24 years have been shown both in the UK and internationally. For the past 12 years she has been working with the moving image, exploring the integration of the moving and still image/still image sequence within a piece of work. She often deals in images that have an innate sense of history and contain elements of the naturalistic, but often these are out of place or askew. Combined with objects embodying a more personal iconography, the work is layered with place, time and history.
A set of eight catoptric images; this anamorphic technique uses a heavily distorted image which appears perfect in a mirrored sphere. These feature portraits of unknown people from Grimsby Library archives. Part of a larger research project based around the Humber and resulting show at both Grimsby and Hull Minsters planned for 2021-2 Research, development […]
Magnetic Atlas at Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery, Cantor building, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
MAGNETIC ATLAS Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery Cantor Building Sheffield Hallam University UK November 19 – December 11 2016 Go to Magnetic Atlas in Exhibitions
July 20th to August 2nd 2016 Screening of Huldra in this group show. Curated by Diana Ali.
new photographic work Zennor Forever in Uncertain states Annual East London’s Photomonth event 5 – 21 November 2015 Private View: Wednesday 4 November 6:30 – 8:30 pm Uncertain States would like to invite you to our sixth Annual Exhibition at The Mile Art Pavilion. The exhibition is part of Photomonth, East London Photography Festival.The Annual exhibition brings together the excellence […]
Engagement AND Entrapment 1&2 Touring exhibition at Binyamin Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (2014) & Zmart Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus (2015). Engagement is a way of capturing attention, a way of alluring and a way of enticing to possess ownership. International artists have been invited to question this through political, personal, artistic and cultural systems. Curated by […]