Alex Livingston amalgamates fields of painting, photography, drawing and engravings of the 18th and 19th century while digitally transforming and revising his subjects. Animals pose in states of alertness, sheltering in places alongside magnificent solo trees or at the edges of woodlands. A distinctive blend of media is achieved through the use of digital interfaces, collage techniques, and expansive formats.


Alex Sutcliffe navigates a dynamic interplay between evocative painterly traits, rich historical allusions, and innovative digital forms, accentuating the stark contrast between each layer of production involved in the work. The texture and layers serve as an important counterpoint to flat surfaces of the digital screens employed in their creation.
Both artists speak to the intricate connections of past and present, analog and digital.