This autumn, artist Fiona Grady has been invited to develop new work for Grundy’s ongoing series of Forecourt Commissions.
Born into a family of mathematicians Grady always employs a systematic approach to intervene within a space. Through her use of light, colour, shape, surface and scale, her colourful geometric artworks transform their setting and provide a unique response to the specifics of the place in which they are located. Activated by changes in the direction and intensity of daylight Grady’s work quietly marks the passing of time whilst also providing a dynamic contribution to Grundy’s 2022 season of light.
Fiona Grady (b. 1984, Leeds) studied MA Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London. Recent soloexhibitions include the University of Brighton; Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff and Art House Wakefield. She has been commissioned worldwide by organisations and institutions including: Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery, Canary Wharf Group, ITV, Heals London, Watts Gallery Artists’ Village and NHS Nightingale Project. She was awarded the Mark Rothko Memorial Trust Bursary. Her works are held in public and private collections across Europe, North America, and New Zealand.