Carly Seller Devon, United Kingdom
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Carly Seller in a multi-disciplinary artist working across mediums including photography, moving image, textiles, objects and performance. Her playful yet meditative practice studies the intertwining of the land, the body and the breath. This is influenced by Eastern philosophies and holistic therapies including her work as a yoga teacher.

Carly Seller is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work spans photography, moving-image, textiles and performance. Playing with control and interruption through process-led practices, she studies the intertwining relationships between the body, breath and landscape. She has exhibited nationally including the Jerwood Drawing Prize (2017), Plymouth Contemporary (2017), and Exeter Phoenix’s Gallery333 (2018). She received funding from Arts Council England to produce the publication Sound Observations (2017) for Plymouth Art Weekender.


Skin, Stills from performance to camera, 2018


breath, Chemigram on silver gelatin photographic paper, 2017


a whole formed by parts, Shoji paper, polycotton thread & oak., 2018


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