Sunday, 19 April 2009
Clare Qualmann is a London based artist whose work is concerned with the ordinary and unnoticed – looking for beauty in the everyday mundane. She works across a wide range of media ranging from drawing and sculpture to artists books and live art events. Repetition, domesticity, routine and the collecting and collating of words, images and artefacts provides the
starting point for much of her work. Qualmann also works as part of the collaborative practice 'walkwalkwalk: an archaeology of the familiar and forgotten', and is an associate lecturer at London Metropolitan University.