Visual Artist Based in Edinburgh
b. 1992, Huddersfield, UK
Current studio holder at Rhubaba Gallery & Studios
Amy Boulton’s practice takes the forms of sculpture, installation and digital media: involving techniques such as video, photography and photomontage. Her work often appropriates the imagery and language of promotional material, reworking and re-framing as a strategy to see the material through a different lens than simply that of the consumer. Her research is centred on contemporary issues of work and housing in the UK. In particular, exploring the complex impact of urban regeneration, and the extent to which we identify with workplace roles.