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Luke Burton is currently on a year-long residency at Girton College, Cambridge. He talks to Emma Cousin about how Covid-19 is affecting his time there about working in isolation and his circling of painting in work that involves a cartoon like shorthand that withstands manipulation such as stretching, warping and flattening. They revisit his show at Picnic Gallery in Peckham, which was constantly opening and closing, which showed stacks of sports equipment in graphic totems, preempting the closure of shops and cancellation of sports events in the current climate. They ponder pandemic poetry, miniatures and display.

You can also view Luke Burton’s artist page here.