See the work of Harry Clitheroe, a 2018 Glasgow School of Art graduate. Harry Clitheroe's paintings are primarily concerned with the relationship between figuration and abstraction.
Using film stills, mainly from the horror film genre, new narratives are generated. Figures are taken from Multiple images and are placed within new, reconstructed contexts.
Harry said: "The process of painting itself further abstracts the picture. Bodies and objects become abstract forms and the application of colours and shapes further confuse the nature of the pictorial image. This allows the viewer to fabricate their own imagined idea of what is taking place.