Claire Yspol’s artworks take the form of photographs, printed and digital matter, writing, as well as the occasional sculpture. Her artistic practice revolves around subtly tampering with the everyday and making the familiar less so. Ambiguity is an important constructive device in her work; she uses it to create new associative possibilities which can amplify the overlooked. Ultimately, she is interested in creating documents that pay homage to the strangeness present in the everyday.
Her work has appeared in Windfall*; NEON Magazine and on the Hoax Publication website. Born in the Netherlands, Claire attended the Willem de Kooning Academie in Rotterdam and has received an MFA from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. She currently lives and works in Dundee, UK.