With two divergent styles, but shared influences, Woodward and Edmunds take inspiration from the traditions of minimalism and the Light and Space movement of the 60s and 70s—using colour, surface and industrial materials or processes to create their sensory works and installations to tease and attract the eye's attention.
Behind this play with the senses, lies an exploration of one's position in the world, how we see ourselves in it, what attracts us and what enables visibility.
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