Berg, Constellation, 2016, by Emma Stibbon RA (framed)

by Emma Stibbon RA

This work is part of ‘Only Connect’, our latest Art Sales exhibition curated by Professor David Remfry RA, currently on show in the Keeper’s House. Please note, this unique framed work is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts after 11 September 2017 once the exhibition has closed.
£470.00
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Artwork details

Medium Print
Colour Black/Multicolour
Dimensions 30 x 40.5cm
Fabric & material Print
Edition 30

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Artwork description

Berg, Constellation was produced during Stibbon’s 2013 artist residency in the Antarctic Peninsula made with the Scott Polar Research Institute and the Royal Navy. During this experience the artist was profoundly inspired by the movements of ice viewed from the ship including melting glaciers and the icy expanses of the polar ice caps.

In Stibbon’s words; ‘Watching the full cycle of ice moving and calving into bergs from the ship was impressive. I am interested in glaciers both as dynamic features and as places of psychological imagining - their evident retreat is of urgent environmental concern’.

Artist Sales: this work is sold by the artist. The sale is facilitated by RA Enterprises (RAE) for which RAE receives a commission from the artist only.

About Emma Stibbon RA

Emma Stibbon RA was born in Germany (1962). She studied at Goldsmiths College, London, and the University of the West of England, Bristol. She’s currently senior lecturer in Fine Art at the University of Brighton.


She has participated in residencies, including the Scott Polar Research Institute placement in Antarctica, the Arctic Circle expedition to Svalbard, and the Derek Hill scholarship... Go to artist page