orchard by tom sewell



Tom Sewell’s practice is involved in trying to understand human relationships to things in nature through image. How does an image change reality? What role do fictions and the imagination have in making the world?

Tom’s work explores the porous border between the reality of the elemental landscape (its stones, plants, air and water) and the human idea of places and things; trying to get lost in the interpretive ambiguities involved in attempting to apprehend the world through images.

Orchard explores interactions with nature through print, sculpture and drawing via the quincunx, piles of stones, arrangements of sticks, mouldy geophytes and Woden’s hat of knowledge. It’s partly about gardening & glyphs, salt & spices, abundance & apocalypse.

Tom Sewell (b. 1983 Kent, UK) gained an MA in Printmaking from Camberwell College of Arts in 2017. Selected group exhibitions include: Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London, 2017; On Rushing Water (with Alys Jenkins), Dye House 451, London (2017); In This Soup We Swim, Kingsgate Project Space, London (2016); New Abstract, Printhouse Gallery, London (2013). Solo exhibitions include: Orchard, Intercession Gallery, Northampton (2018), A Nature of Agencies, Losers Gym, Nottingham (2017). He lives and works in London.



thursday 14th june - sunday 1st july

mon - thu 12-4pm or by appointment

pv saturday 16th june 4-8pm

gallery open sunday 1st july 12-4pm









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