Norman Harman  

Harman’s practice is of a binary nature; exploring the discordant interference between paint and digital.  Each deliberate misrepresentation of over-painted digital, reveals the beauty of lost transmissions and corrupted imagery.  Within the corruption, there is a breaking up of the information, which allures to the space between abstraction and figuration.

Norman Harman is a Scottish artist who studied at Edinburgh College of Art (1997 – 2001), winning the RSA Latimer Painting Prize.  He developed his practice in Northern England for 15 years before moving back to Edinburgh in 2015.  His work has been exhibited across the UK and Europe and he is a member of the art collective Static State.