Lost Connections in Art in the Attic, Porth

Marion Cheung-Webber’s art works are well worth a visit to the gallery at The Factory, Porth called Art in the Attic.  It’s a really nice space.

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“Lost Connections” is a series of subtle works capturing young people absorbed in digital images backgrounded by a world of e-waste.  Marion worked with schoolchildren from Bassaleg High School on these – she engages with community successfully to develop her projects.

We used to have one of these at home, lost in his PC World.  I really like the light and layered depth to her work.

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I have been intending to see Marion’s work since the exhibition was in Newport a while ago – I hear about her from Women’s Arts Association.  Her show in Porth is on until 17th March.

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2 Responses to Lost Connections in Art in the Attic, Porth

  1. lindakasmaty says:

    Really lovely images

    Like

  2. I must try and make more of an effort and visit this wonderful place

    Like

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