Between visuals & language
In this talk Thomas will be reflecting on experimenting, testing, and the obsessions that feed his creative process. Discussing the themes behind his work Thomas looks to understand the accelerated accessibility of art, and the need to adapt as a digital creative whilst using an active research practice to keep relearning. This is a journey that tries to make better sense of the space that exists between visuals and language.
Thomas Hedger is a UK based visual artist. He studied Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins and Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art. Thomas’ work is inspired by ambience and language and is driven to expand the representation of illustration. He mixes strong lines with fluid shapes and bold colours, creating punchy and irreverent artworks. Thomas’s drawings have received awards from the V&A Museum, WIA, Adobe and Creative Review and have been exhibited in London at the Design Museum, The London Design Fair and Pick Me Up at Somerset House.