“Lisa Brice has experienced an unusual artistic trajectory. Painting was her major when she studied at art school, but she gradually moved away from what she felt was a contrived medium, only to return to it almost a decade later. ‘I became aware,’ she says, ‘of infinite possibilities within its constraints.’ It is perhaps the freedom acquired through this rediscovery of the medium that has given Brice’s work its sensitivity an precision – and has granted the artist the ability to experiment with various aesthetics without ever fully settling for one.” – Text by Coline Milliard, from Vitamin P2, New Perspectives in Painting, published by Phaidon. Further examples of the artist’s work can be found at Goodman Gallery here, and Embracing Uncertainty, Lisa Brice interview with Godfried Donker here.
Posted by Conor Brennan.