Flo Gordon (born 1991, Irvine, Scotland) lives and works in Edinburgh.
With painting comprising the larger proportion of Gordon’s practice, her work is under-pinned by the belief that instinctive humour exists. Evidence of this belief would be the way in which orange is funnier than grey and a scrawly wiggle is funnier than a ruler assisted line.
This belief informs Gordon’s stylistic aproach however the themes of her work are ever changing. Regularly recurring interests include; personalised and abstract thought processes (particularly during times of problem solving), rational pragmatism vs empathy and a heap load of self-reflection.
Solo Shows include: ‘Soft not Fragile’, The Number Shop, Edinburgh, 2017; ‘Profound Thoughts in a Supermarket’, The Project Cafe, Glasgow, 2016.
Group Shows include: ‘Melon’, The Number Shop, Edinburgh, 2017; ‘Goulash’ The Number Shop, Edinburgh, 2016; ‘Auld Alliance Contemporary Exhibition’, EDS Gallery & Institute Francais, Edinburgh, 2016; ‘Flatpacked/Wrapped/Stacked. Punk & Sheep, London, 2015; ‘New Scottish Artist’, The Fleming Gallery, London, 2014; ‘They Had Four Years’, GENERATORprojects, Dundee, 2014; ‘The SAY Art Commission’, CCA, Glasgow, 2014.
For more information please visit: http://cargocollective.com/flogordon
The Number Shop Studios and Gallery: Natasha Russell, Alessandro Di Massimo, Flo Gordon, Theo Cleary, Fiona Beveridge, Beck Tait, Iain Sommerville, Joe Coghill, Lewis Matheson, Natalie Doyle, Alistair Grant & Amalia Turkieltaub
The twelve artists of The Number Shop present REFRACTION: a sequence of screen-based works that mutate from the starting theme of Binge Watching. Taking the framework of the parlour game Telephone, REFRACTION brings together fields of stop-motion, digital animation, illustration and film in a 24-hour collaborative loop.
Tue 20 April – Tue 15 May