/Artists /Ellen Brady
Ellen Brady’s practice is concerned predominantly with sound, photography, text and moving image. Her work is informed by how the materials and processes that make up different media operate. Further, the disparity between representation and experience, the body of an audience and that of the screen, the recording and the event, a sound and its reproduction and the notion of storytelling are dominant threads within her work. Often through a process of editing, material is reduced to fragments of moving image, sound, music, text, stills, and abstract colour. Her work aims to generate an awareness of how we perceive, communicate, filter and remember experiences and information. To simultaneously suspend disbelief while being aware of the work as a construction is a key aim of her practice. Ellen graduated with a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2016.
Ellen also has a background as a musician which heavily influences her practice and she regularly collaborates with Angry Gang on projects and performances.