(b 1981United Kingdom. Lives and works in London)
Tamsin Relly’s multi-disciplinary practice includes painting, printmaking and photography. In response to the global climate crisis, she explores our reciprocal relationship with our planet’s ecology, and the ways we find connection with the living world. Drawing on both found media imagery and first-hand observations, Relly works with the fluid and unpredictable qualities of her materials and processes to present impressions of natural and urban spaces in states of uncertainty or impermanence.
As part of her research, she has visited and studied in such diverse locations as Svalbard in the Arctic Circle, The Eden Project in Cornwall, and the fabricated oasis of the Las Vegas Strip.