Ewan David Eason is a printmaker whose passion for Paul Cezanne’s use of primary colours brings him to investigate the interplay of contrasting colours and the concept of contrast itself. While studying at Bath Spa University he continued to explore these ideas through sculptures, paintings, videos and prints.
His Mappa Mundi prints portray a contemporary visualisation of today’s cities in juxtaposition to their medieval namesake. With high levels of accuracy and dedication, these prints emphasise their status as a method of art-as-documentation.
The context of these works represents a snapshot of our ever-changing landscape that could potentially be completely re-written in as little as a decade.