Rhiannon Inman-Simpson

11 November - 31 December 2022 Murnau

Approaching each work instinctively, Rhiannon Inman-Simpson moves between colour, form and marks as if navigating a physical environment.

Focusing on bodily perception of place alongside the nature of painting itself, Rhiannon Inman-Simpson’s work looks at the differences in how we navigate, both physically and imaginatively, three distinct realms: the visceral experience of an environment, the pictorial space of a painting and the space of written language. Her current paintings dwell on encounters between body and place: the colour change when your eyes are disorientated by bright light; the sensation of moving your limbs through cold water; a rapid heartbeat. Approaching each work instinctively, she moves between colour, form and marks as if navigating a physical environment.