BA (Hons) Fine Art
Georgia Keeling is a contemporary artist, known for thorough, raw explorations of childhood experience, trauma and maternal attachment bonds. Their work is comprised of essays, sculpture and textiles. Through sculptural investigation, Georgia links their work with psychoanalytical theories, and how they relate to reclaiming objects that exist in lost memories and recreating them in their adult life.
Keeling investigates the use of childhood craft methods in creating their sculptures, using process as cathartic therapeutic means in their art. They use craft methods to create safe sculptures that can be handled and used as discussion for childhood experience.