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Tina Lane

Southampton, United Kingdom
Artist (Photography, Sculpture)
Born 1961
Well that's very restricting... I am more than a quote.

Tina Lane is a British visual artist who works with installation, sculpture, photography, media, and performance in her interdisciplinary art practice. His projects evolve in response to the needs of the site, working in collaboration and communication with people, places, and psychology.

At the moment, her work is focused on human relationships, identity, memory, and mortality. She strives to address, rather than resolve, the uncertainty of fitting into established systems and patterns of thought through her art. It's satiating a basic want to communicate non-verbally and visually by making the art as inclusive and engaging as possible, without regard for language. Visualizing inarticulate brains functioning via material and performative processes demonstrates this investigation of the 'gut feeling' or 'instinct,' and enables creative mobility.

Tina Lane received a BA (Hons) First in Fine Art from Southampton Solent University, where she was awarded the CVAN SE Platform Graduate Award by Aspex Gallery and Solent Showcase Gallery for Best of Degree Shows in 2015. Following that, she took residencies in India and Japan. In 2018, she earned a Distinction in her MA in Fine Art from Winchester School of Art.

Discover contemporary artworks by Tina Lane, browse recent artworks and buy online. Categories: contemporary british artists (born 1961). Artistic domains: Photography, Sculpture. Account type: Artist , member since 2006 (Country of origin United Kingdom). Buy Tina Lane's latest works on Artmajeur: Discover great art by contemporary artist Tina Lane. Browse artworks, buy original art or high end prints.

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