Isaac Aldridge is a Glasgow based painter. He sees painting as a slippery structure that provides visual bonds a surface to redefine the value of an image. The visual bonds are established through audio-visual production and the debris of passing, lived experience.
Mostly interested in oxymorons, irony and satire; where the Postdigital provokes translation and mistranslation. Image making in this way creates disruptive engagements of thought and affect where painting begins to imitate life, if only for a moment. Articulating these subtleties is what drives Isaac in his practice.
Isaac graduated from Falmouth University with a BA Fine Art 2018. He then completed his MLitt in Fine Art Practice at GSA in 2022.
For more insight into Isaac’s working life as an artist, check out our blog Introducing: Isaac Aldridge here.