Fiona’s art practice is centered around an investigation into the relationship between form and materiality. She utilises ambiguous abstract forms for their ability to concurrently carry multiple signifiers therefore misconstruing or questioning the creation of meaning. Fiona works with traditional printmaking mediums, such as etching and engraving, her printmaking employs a vocabulary of geometric forms and is concerned with the relationship between image and the picture plane. She also works in a range of sculptural materials, which often take the form of multi-part installations.
Fiona studied at Elam School of Fine Arts, in Auckland, graduating in 2011 with first class honours (BFA Hons).
You can see more of Fiona’s work over on her website www.fionalenore.wordpress.com, or follow her on Instagram @fiona_lenore