Pearch combines casts made from Jesmonite and resin, alongside modelled pieces, found objects, natural forms and other commonplace materials to interrogate the imaginative border between reality and the inventive or visionary. Through a wide practice of sculpture, installation, drawing and sound and the manipulation of scales that unsettle the everyday, the artist reflects on the complex structures that we as humans occupy and experience.
Hamish Pearch (b. 1993) lives and works in London. He received a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal Academy Schools, London, 2019. Selected exhibitions include: Somerset House, London; Soft Opening, London; Schools Show, Royal Academy of Art, London;Sans titre, Paris; Kupfer, London; Thames-side Studios, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London; Roaming Projects, London; J Hammond Projects, London; Sans titre (2016), Marseille, 2017, Bloomberg New Contemporaries at Primary, Nottingham and ICA, London.