The Instant Garden
Exhibition: June 2 – 30, 2012
Lisa Creagh graduated from Goldsmiths in 1994, and in 2009 with a Masters in Photography from Brighton University. From 1997 – 2001 she lived and worked as an artist in New York, teaching digital imaging and curating exhibitions. In 2003 she founded The Brighton Photo Fringe – a vital network of photographers, still running in conjunction with the Brighton Photo Biennial.
Creaghs’ work is based around the concept of creation within both the natural and digital worlds. These two opposing elements are united by her delicate and elaborate constructions, creating patterns that relate to deeply crafted works such as ancient Persian tapestries and carpets.