Incorporating drawing, sculpture, installation and new media, David Ogle often works in the ‘grey area’ between different mediums, frequently revealing strong geometric forms within a space, lacking the weight and immobility of sculpture.
His current practice has moved beyond the walls of indoor sites and out into the landscape, documenting ephemeral works that are shaped by natural elements and freed-up from the confines of both interior sites and the viewer’s requirement for a work’s prolonged existence.
David Ogle (b.1987) graduated from Lancaster University with a 1st class BA in Fine Art History and Practice in 2009, and an MA with a Distinction in Contemporary Arts Research in 2012. He has recently completed an AHRC funded doctoral research project at The University of Liverpool in collaboration with FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) maintaining his studio practice alongside academic work.
In partnership with Mark Devereux Projects.