Bridgette Ashton lives and works between London and Cornwall. Her work includes sculpture, print, publications and participatory works. Her most recent pieces have been made in response to redundant or overlooked sites, objects and archives. Her scale models, depictions and proposals engage with specific histories and narratives.
Recent exhibitions include ‘Only The World Remains’, at Space Station Sixty Five in South London featuring a series of multi-disciplinary works reimagining histories, fragments and stories linked to Pleasure Gardens and ‘Ruin Gazer’ – a portable sculptural viewing structure commissioned by b-side Festival, Dorset. She is currently a commissioned artist for Plymouth Art Weekender in conjunction with Visual Arts Plymouth and The Box.