September 13 – 17, 2019
Gioscia began using paper as a layered and sculptural medium in 2003, entranced by its alchemical qualities and its ability to be both two and three-dimensional simultaneously. She has screen printed her own wallpaper using it as a carrier of patterns, decoration and colour and made it into large torn installations, both sturdy and fragile. She has compressed pulped paper into rock-like forms commenting on the geology of consumption. Her studio is now the Infinite Present where her creations are in flux: past works return to become future works, carrying on their exuberance and originality to their next iteration.
Gioscia studied at Chelsea College of Art and the Slade School of Fine Art. She is represented by Baert Gallery (Los Angeles) and VITRINE (London/Basel).