Laura Onions makes work from archival material and collected imagery to consider the spaces we create for ourselves and each other, particularly in relation to feminist ways of learning. Much of her work reflects on the ways in which we share, support and hold onto knowledge through printed matter, utilising manoeuvres that have touch and contact embedded within their surfaces.
As a printmaker she seeks to loosen the processes and perceptions of printmaking, often using a painterly approach to materials or altering how printed materials are encountered.
Laura is based in the West Midlands, currently teaching Fine Art at the University of Wolverhampton and a Programme Assistant at Grand Union, a contemporary art gallery in Birmingham.
Studio holder at Eagleworks, Wolverhampton.