The work references the nuances of perceptual experience. Investigated from a bodily point of view, figures often disperse through a gradual process of reworking. Notions of chance are unearthed through a mingling of sorts, where forms interact in peculiar transactions. This exchange is sought through re-contextualizing varying planes of narrative. The physical properties of the medium are measured against the resulting imagery that materialises.
John Busher (b. Wexford, 1976) graduated from NCAD with an MA in Art in the Contemporary World in 2015, a Post Grad in 2008, and an Honours Degree in 1999. Recent joint exhibitions include ‘Transferrals’, Pallas Projects, Dublin (2015). Recent solo exhibitions include ‘Floorplan’, NAG Gallery, Dublin (2015). Recent group exhibitions include ‘Halftone’, The Library Project, Dublin (2016), ‘Impressions Biennnial’, CCAM, GMIT, Galway (2015), ‘Winter Open’, RUA RED, Dublin, ‘Little Kingdoms’, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, and ‘Essays for the House of Memory’, Ormston House, Limerick (2014). In 2015 he was awarded a Tyrone Guthrie Bursary from Wexford County Council, selected for the ‘Artist in Prison Scheme’ and the ‘Living Arts Project’, run in conjunction with The Arts Council and Wexford Arts Centre. He is also a panel artist on ‘The Artist in the Community Scheme’, Wexford County Council.