Rowan Mersh is a multi-media sculptor who explores form through intuitive application of a material’s inherent qualities.
His diverse and experimental approach to creation is epitomised by his ability to take very ordinary materials and transform them into the extraordinary. From textile sculpture to kinetic and interactive installation, Mersh’s pieces are inventive and multipurpose, bridging the realms of art, design and fashion.
Regularly exhibiting internationally with Gallery FUMI, Mersh’s sculptures have been acquired by major private and public collections the world over, most notably the V&A, Jerwood and The Crafts Council collections. His commissions and special projects include works for the Mercury Music Prize, Fendi and Veuve Clicquot.
Mersh, a graduate of the Royal College of Art in 2005, continues to live and work in London.
Courtesy of the artist’s website.