Erin Forsyth’s practice explores the intersection of cultural and bio-diversity through research and application of aesthetic association, taking form in film, mural and illustration works Forsyth describes as ‘contemporary archetypal’ or ‘gateway’ images. Erin creates distinctive imagery examining and recording cultural and biological decline referencing traditional and contemporary symbolism, archetypes and anecdotes. For over ten years Erin has refined her practice working with a variety of mediums including oil painting, video, pigment liner and aerosol. An overview of her personal and commercial work reveals a dynamic visual dialogue, which when subjected to interpretation or inspection shifts, from satirical, to sardonic, to serious, and back again.
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