Angela Alexander-Lloyd, graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone in 2016 and is currently undertaking an MA at Edinburgh School of Art. She has exhibited and been 'in residence' internationally.
Her practice gravitates towards exploring temporality in the context of contemporary life. Her intention is to work with the public to create poetic and thought-provoking work exploring psychological consequences of the human condition.
Due to the Universal nature of the concerns to which my practice gravitates, I am particularly interested in working with the general public and creating work out with the traditional gallery environment. As an equity analyst in a former career, I tend to incorporate intensive periods of research as part of my creative process. I have found this approach hugely beneficial in creating work with public resonance, especially in the formation of site-specific work. Involvement of others has become increasingly evident in the development of works, whether that has involved interviewing scientists/specialists or actual direct collaboration with the public or other artists to create work. Public interaction with the finished work is another element I particularly enjoy.