Memory States explores the nature of traumatic memory and each piece within the collection is a different exploration of a captured fragment. Speaking out of personal experience, the work is not a narrative or logical sequence signifying encounters between the past and present.
Using print to pursue the nature of these memories, Bugler encompasses both traditional processes such as linocut and modern technology including the laser cutter and Xerox machine.
Bugler is an award winning printmaker and current recipient of the Peter Reddick Bursary Award. As well as winning the Hawthorn Prize at this year’s Flourish Awards she has also exhibited at the National Original Print Exhibition and the International Print Biennale.
The exhibition will run from Thursday 11 January until Sunday 18 February and entry is free. For more information on The Courtyard’s Visual Arts programme contact the Box Office on 01432 340555