Ali Clarke is a London-based artist creating architectural
sculpture, installations, digital prints and reliefs.
Candy Concrete was a collaborative project between Richmond-based artists Gary Scholes and Ali Clarke. It brought together their fascination with brutal, industrial concrete structures and the concept of landscape. Their work enjoys the contrast between heavy, stark forms – the architecture of bunkers, power stations, railway sidings with fresh, seductive, ice cream colours. Alongside examples of their own distinct artwork they exhibited new, collaborative pieces produced especially for One Paved Court.
Watch a 6 minute clip of the exhibition here.
Ali Clarke is a London based Artist who works in mixed media sculpture and installation, in addition to curating and managing arts projects. She received a BA(Hons) in Spatial Design from Buckinghamshire College and an MA in Public Art – Theory and Practice at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Her concrete paintings, architectural sculptures and installations embrace her journey through architecture and set design. They explore themes of enclosure, boundaries, decay and urban nature whilst playing with extremes of solidity versus the fragile and delicate. She has exhibited sculptural work in galleries in London, Surrey and Sussex and created site-specific installations in outdoor locations including Gatton Park, Reigate and Orleans House Gallery, Richmond.