CHARLEY PETERS

Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters
Charley Peters

Starting from an interest in the legacy of Modernism, Charley Peter’s work considers the manifestation of the abstract in the context of contemporary visual media, such as TV, the internet and computer desktops. Her paintings often present multiple ‘windows’, a familiar format to users of computer screens, mobile phones and tablets.  The material and illusionary properties of paint are important to the artist as a means of interrogating experiences of reading space, substance and abstract form in contemporary visual culture.  Her aesthetic combines the graphics and language of the digital age, juxtaposed by the laborious and manual ‘analogue’ nature of painting.