My Tiny Cat Gallery is a small cardboard box staffed and visited by tiny plastic cats. Curated by Lisa Cole each exhibition at the Tiny Cat Gallery encourages us to see artwork from a different perspective. In the gallery space A4 artworks are huge and domineering. For more information and details about submitting a proposal please check the Tiny Gallery FAQ.
The preview of A Feast for Your Eyes at the Tiny Cat Gallery
A Feast for Your Eyes
The piece was created as a response to the scale of the gallery and as an image that would attract the resident audience of cats. The subject is deliberately riffing upon a cat who plays poker for FISH !
- Susan Plover 2020
- 1/5 – limited edition digital print
- 14.5 x 14.5 artwork printed centrally onto 20.32 x 25.4 cms unframed
- 250g matt paper
Susan Plover is drawn to creative and innovative curation in the light of gallery closures. She says “I was instantly drawn to show my work within a domestic setting in a miniature gallery viewed by cats”
Her work shows and sells internationally and has been curated in the Truman Gallery in a skip, at the Venice Biennale in a vending machine and printed on paper towels in a London gents urinal to riff upon Duchamp .
Currently her latest collection has been digitally curated within a home-www.abigailmillerstudio.co.uk with an overarching blog.
In print, Susan has works showing in July /August at the Royal College of Art and in the library of Exeter Cathedral.
Speaking about her work Susan said “I am always open to new ideas that venture beyond the white cube. My first piece to be shown after my Fine Art degree was in a kitchen window gallery in New Cross on a sprawling social housing estate. I was thrilled that it could be seen 24/7 by anyone passing including a random fox !”