Utterance by Yael Pochon

Utterance by Yael Pochon

Screen Printing project, completed as part of the Bachelor of Arts and Media

Recipient of The Framing Rooms and Impressions joint Distinction in Studio Work award 2017, and the Suter Art Society Graduate award 2017.

When I was a young child and my mother sat by my bed to opened a book of wonderful tales, it was time to enter an enchanted world. Across the landscapes of my imagination, I escorted a hero through his or her journey. I trusted this hero and knew that in the midst of dark woods, fighting the night’s monster, we would find victory together.

Through my screen prints I have explored the symbols and archetypes present in tales and considered their meaning within my life. I have revisited well-known narratives, passages from old legends collected by French author Charles Perrault. Combining screen printing, drawing, painting, object and text, my images echo one into another, creating a rhythm and a new narrative in which the hero ‘who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself’, reaches for their noblest humanity.

Find out more about NMIT’s Bachelor of Arts and Media programme.


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