Alexander James

London, UK. 1993

Patching elements of James’ past, the present and the pre-empted future, his works look to reflectively tell a story about time. James’ works manifest characters and scenarios triggered from his childhood memories and stories, projecting these into present existence.


Acting as a diary for the audience, James attempt to showcase works on paper documenting these experiences or thoughts, which are later combined and expanded to create the wider narrative of his finished canvases.


Through processes of abstraction and fragmentation, James looks to create multifaceted and vibrant works interweaving elements of memories and introspections into newly constructed realities.


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