Amelie Barnathan is an artist living in London, whose body of work spans illustration, fine art and printmaking. The foundation for her work stems from her obsessive relationship with drawing, particularly for its intimacy and very direct relationship with the mind. She's invested in creating new, alternative and absurd universes, fuelled by historical and contemporary references through personal fantasies and desires. She won the Jerwood Drawing Student Prize in 2016 with a five metre long drawing on female hysteria that is now exhibited in the Stillpoint Space for psychology and she has recently held a solo show in Mexico. She has worked commercially for clients like Hachette Editions, Nespresso, Ohh Deer and Mubi Films.
|Date||Friday 3 November, 1.15-2pm|
|Location||The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass)
London Metropolitan University
Rooms CSG-04 and CSG-03
The Calcutta Small Annex
Old Castle Street
London E1 7NT
The Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talks
Friday 20 October, 1.15–2pm
Selected Scenes From The Beginning Of The World, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Patrick Savile.
Friday 3 November, 1.15–2pm
The Cass Hothouse is excited to host its second talk by Amélie Barnathan.
Friday 17 November, 1.15–2pm
Drawing pictures for money, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Joe Prytherch AKA Mason London.
Friday 8 December, 1.15–2pm
The visual language of Fashion advertising through the lens of culture and storytelling, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Serena Wise.
Friday 26 January 2018, 1.15–2pm
A Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Kellenberger–White.
Friday 9 February 2018, 1.15–2pm
Rees-o / Riz-o / Ry-so, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Rachel Littlewood.
Friday 23 February 2018, 1.15–2pm
The Paper Library, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Mark Stansfield.
Friday 13 April 2018, 1.15–2pm
Designing for National Theatre, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Ollie Winser.
Friday 27 April 2018, 1.15–2pm
Picture books; from initial idea to publication day, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Fiona Woodcock.