Georgia Frank’s work investigates the potential for architecture in an artistic context. Her practice is one of a cyclical process, moving back and forth between two and three dimensions, allowing past explorations to directly inform the present. She has a strong passion for modernist ideas and aesthetics which directly influence her work.
Recently, Georgia has been exploring lost, forgotten or never constructed architecture. Particularly looking at Brutalist examples and how they can be re-imagined, re-purposed and re-designed through artistic mediums of drawing, painting and sculpture. With techniques that include image transfer combined with bright colours, found objects and designed constructions, her work accumulates to form imagined spaces that want to exist by enveloping the viewer through abstracts and sections.