An Innate Visceral Language

Visceral forms evoking beauty and curiosity

Bristol based artist Alice Jennings’s work encompasses the physicality and visceral language of clay. Her work exercises a language formed through physical bodily gestures, which stems from her intrapersonal relationship that she has with her brother who has Downs’s Syndrome. The connection she has with her brother has provoked her to query what people’s idealisms of ‘’beauty’’ are. Her intentions are to provoke people into examining their preconceived ideas of beauty and challenge them to identify and change their prejudices through this innate visceral language.

Comments

29/08/2015

Steven Thomas

Oh wow. These are extremely powerful, emotive works. I'm blown away. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and these works are the definition of beauty, style and movement. Just stunning. Thank you for sharing.

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