Anna Chapman Parker
Anna Chapman Parker (b. 1978, York) studied Fine Art at the University of Edinburgh, and gained an MA from Wimbledon College of Art, London. Her work is concerned with immersive experiences in landscape, often using drawing to explore our relationship with wild plants in the context of contemporary ideas around digitalism, attention, the body and environmental fragility.
Anna’s recent exhibitions include Sonikebana, commissioned by Edinburgh College of Art for Edinburgh Art Festival; Imprints: Art Edits Modernism at Shandy Hall, Yorkshire; and I sat till I could see no longer at Fife Contemporary Arts, St Andrews. Her writing has been published in MAP magazine, Rake’s Progress and Happy Hypocrite.
Anna has designed Thicket in Daylight and Moonlight for CommonRoom.
You can find more of Anna’s work at annachapman.co.uk
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