India Ritchie: 1982, London. Lives and works in Devon. Completed a BA in Textile Design at Goldsmiths in 2005 specialising in printed textiles, before going on to study for a Masters degree in Printmaking at Camberwell College of Art in 2007. Currently tutors FE and HE students in Plymouth.
My work explores notions of order and disorder within artistic practice as well as in everyday life. Accidental marks and unpredictable processes are a recurring element of my practice, and are often combined with notably deliberate and complex printmaking processes, with the aim of building a creative relationship between direct and indirect image making.
Feasibility study into the history of wood type manufacture in the UK - 2015 - Plymouth College of Art.
I & Me: Educational/Curatorial Project in association with BIG BOOST and Studio Voltaire - 2006 - London UK.
Making Futures - September 2015 - Mount Edgcumbe House, Plymouth, Devon UK.
Making Futures journal ISSN 2042-1664 - 2015.
The Hand - issue 2 - August 2013.
Printmaking Student Award - 2009 - Camberwell College of Art.