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BANISHED ALL YOUR SNAKES
by Miranda Carins

26th August – 6th September

Husk window gallery displays art by Zannah Cooper



In her exhibition, ‘Banished All Your Snakes’, Miranda Carins reconfigures experienced environments and architectural forms. The scenes slither through the camera lens and are then retranslated through the selective and combining processes involved in montage and collage. Her collages are then reproduced photographically.  

The way we perceive landscape and architecture takes on a different form, it becomes distorted and surreal. Our mind tries to uncoil the shapes in the images to create a sense of order, by relating them to concrete things in our world.  

We are ensnared in a snake pit between distortion and representational reality.

Miranda Carins graduated from the University of Leeds with BA Hons in Fine Art (1st class). At Leeds she was awarded the ‘Passey Prize’ for the most original work within painting, sculpture, ceramics and design. Since graduating, she has exhibited at the Marshwood Arts Awards in the South West, where she was awarded the runner up prize for sculpture. Carins has also shown her work frequently in Bath, at the 44AD Gallery through Thomas Spencer Fine Art. Miranda moved to London in 2019 where she now lives and works.

If you're interested in purchasing any of the artwork get in touch using the details below:

Instagram:  @mirandacarinsart
Website:     www.mirandacarins.com
Email:         carinsmiranda@gmail.com   

Cushion by Zannah CooperCushion by Zannah Cooper
‘SnakePit’ (2020)
Photographic Print of Collage, 1 of 3, A1
£350 framed
'Lyme Bay' (2019)
Photographic Print of Collage, A1,
£350 framed
'Embalse de Gudalest' (2019),
Photographic Print of Collage,
£350 framed
‘Snakes in MileEnd?’ (2020)
Photographic Print of Collage, 1 of 3, A1
£350 framed
‘BanishedAll Your Snakes’ (2020)
Photographic Print of Collage, 1 of 3, A1
£350 framed
'Hourglass' (2020),
Photographic Print of Collage, A1,
£350 framed
Husk window gallery displays art by Zannah Cooper