Fiona Grady lives and works in London, having studied BA Fine Art at the University of Wales and MA Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Art, graduating in 2011. Fiona’s practice plays with light, surface and scale; each piece changing with the light of day, emphasising the passing of time and the ephemeral nature of the work.
For her ident, Fiona incorporated the ITV logo into the design of her artwork, only appearing when the glass work is lit, throwing shadows onto nearby surfaces and revealing the hidden logo. The intention was to create a sense of drama to the artwork and a nod to the techniques of television that change the way we perceive reality.
Fiona’s recent solo exhibitions include ‘Rendered Invisible’ The Art House, Wakefield (2016); ‘Natural Triangulations’ Walthamstow Wetlands Visitor Centre (2017) and 'Kaleidoscope' Broadgate London (2018).