Frontier – the fourth in a series of exhibitions inspired by Cambridge and using imagery drawn from another area of the city connected to Rawlinson’s past; Arbury and King’s Hedges.
This area is the location of his childhood home. Whilst working on this project the artist has produced a range of work including prints, drawings, collages and a short film. His personal history is once again an influence on the work and the search to find streets, buildings, features and names which remain intact amidst all the change, form part of his ongoing investigation into ideas of place and memory.
In this series of work Rawlinson uses adjusted photographs and maps of Arbury and King’s Hedges, reflecting the period that he lived in Cambridge. His drawings, collages and etchings depict significant places together with encroaching black forms and drawn intrusions.
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