Artist's Statement / Biography




Ruth Hogg is a multi disciplinary artist working with photographic installation, found objects, film, performance and movement as well as poetry, music, sound, drawing, textile and printmaking. She has exhibited since 2001 including work shown and performed in Chapter Arts Centre, Tactile Bosch and The National Gallery of Wales in Cardiff and The Island in Bristol. She has also curated over 20 exhibitions, managed ::the studio:: Gallery, Aberystwyth and organised arts events. Her work is often a reverence of nature; light, water and earth being recurring elementals, with symbols, patterns and mandalas understood and conveyed in the work. She likes working collaboratively to provide an immersive and often interactive experience for the audience. Critical thinking, politics, research, science, community, psychology, magic, experimentation, intuition, communication, travel and grass-roots activism also inform artworks and projects.




"Elementals Re-sound. Arche-typos re- flecked with old paint, re-fraction of a second was all it took for the echo to eternalise.............."




Above -"Process" Giclee print showing monoprint on Collage process shown in A4 Aber exhibition, Old College Ruth Hogg. A4 Aber online catalogue

Above- Troed Y Rhiw Spa Day, documentation by Ruth Hogg. Research and Process by Joanna Bond, Naomi Heath and Ruth Hogg as part of Inseparability Of Human And Nature Project.


Above - "A Grain Of Sand" Poem from MA Anthology Book "A Grain Of Sand"

Above - Photograph by Ruth Hogg from "When Death Comes" Exhibition at The Island, Bristol 

Above - Still from film projection by Ruth Hogg, part of the interactive installation "The Seduction Of Art" at ::the studio::.

Images and documentation from "Golygu Golau " exhibition at ::the studio::

Documentation from "Bread And Roses" exhibition at ::the studio::