Feral Exhibition
Minami Wrigley

Minami Wrigley’s practice focuses on the subject of perception and memory; the effect of an individual's personal experience in shaping one's view. Subjects and places with an emotional attachment are often taken and altered or deconstructed; transforming into something new with a personal meaning and history to it. Her works re-present the experience and moment in which time is frozen and the place inhabited becomes an 'island' and image of its own.

Within her practice; the act of mapping also takes place in making connections between the personal experience and memories. Landscapes of the Jurassic Coast (Dorset) are explored and inhabited through these personal experiences; with a focus on the media of printmaking, where she allows the process itself to become a journey of its own.