Cat Johnston creates scenarios where monsters in Napoleonic uniform wage hideous and gory wars against each other. Set amongst an illustrated environment, transforming the space at the Concrete Hermit Gallery into a nightmarish dystopia, Cat will be presenting a series of new handmade models inspired by recent drawings, and a series of limited edition prints.
Originally from Somerset and now residing in London, Cat has produced commissioned work for Levi’s, Vice, Virgin Airways, The Financial Times, Fenchurch and Addict. Recent Group shows include “Silver and Black”, The Archipelago Works, Sheffield, 2010, “Urban Art”, Selfridges, London, 2009 “Bara Volante”, The Prescription Gallery, Brighton, 2009 and “Scrawl Collective” at No Borders Contemporary Art, Hong Kong, 2009. Her Concrete Hermit show will be her debut solo show.
4th - 20th March 2010
Private View is tonight, 6-9pm
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