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'Isolation and lockdown has profoundly affected the entire world. Giving us a pause in which to think and consider the way we have lived our lives'. Magnus Hammick created a series of figures within a landscape. These works were developed through a deep rooted social consciousness of our part in pollution and the human vulnerability of breathing toxic air. As Covid-19 unravelled the series grew a new meaning that reflects the surreal environments we have been forced to live in. Sensitive and naive, these works betray a fear of the unknown. The typography of male and female, highlights the unifying experience we have been through during this evolutionary time.
Magnus lives and works in Somerset, UK. He studied at Christchurch College, Oxford and Slade School of Art and has exhibited widely including; Lisson Gallery, London, Sous Sol Gallery, Paris, Gramercy Park, New York. Magnus's work is held in public collections including the Saatchi Gallery and Tate Gallery, London.