Drew Burretts work aims to explore the sensual and calming nature of form in an attempt to visually please, leaving the audience in a almost meditative state. The work borders on the edge of lines language and communication, often pointing towards colour to represent common fixations in the brains capacity and interest in rhythms, contrast line and form. The work aims to bemuse, confuse whilst subtly bringing you back into a comforting surrounding where the colour influences your mood and or feelings when observing in the space. He explores these notions through the use of projection, lighting and often sound alongside of painted and sculptural elements that feed into one installation, questioning the wider creation of experience.
“Formality is all around us,the layers of our world, watch and behold, the spaces they unfold”.
- Dover’s Big Draw 2020
- Drew Burrett’s mobile museum for the Kearsney Abbey Cafe
- Art in the Park – Kearsney Interpreted Artists Films
- Park Bench Video Preview
- Drew’s workshops: student feedback
- Creating an evolving Kearsney Parks archive
- Drew Burrett leads workshop with Whitfield Aspen School
- Park bench poets and artists in the Kearsney parks on August 8th
- The Park Bench Project
- Big Draw 2017: making Lines move animation workshop at the DBL hub
- Big Draw 2017: Kearsney Abbey Gardens
- Living Lines: making drawings move