Matthew Harris studied at Goldsmiths College and makes work in both paper and cloth that is primarily concerned with the exploration and exploitation of abstract imagery. Matthew has work in the Crafts Council Collection and the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester. He has exhibited throughout the UK, Europe, USA and Japan.
Describe your approach to teaching:
My courses are about encouraging students to develop ways in
which to generate a personal visual language through a variety of
materials and processes that include drawing and making.
What inspires your own work?
My own work has many starting points but at its heart is a ritual of making and unmaking that is about exploring the relationship between process, material and imagery.