Erola Arcalís' (b. 1986, Menorca) uses poetic text and the lyricism of the black and white photographic image to create fictional narratives. Her practice combines the abstraction of the natural landscape and makeshift objects still lifes. Arcalís' work revolves around mythology, personal experience, dream and fiction. Erola graduated from MA Photography at the Royal College of Art (2017). Recently exhibited works are: A Corner With Erola Arcalís, solo show at A Corner With, London, May, 2018 | Monochrome, Limehouse Town Hall, London, December, 2017 | Lethe, RCA Degree Show, London, June, 2017 | Vtopos, Studio Riverlight, London, June 2016. She's published The Yaw of Callisto (2016) in collaboration with Tom Hatton, and Gazing and Gazing Still (2017), both exhibited in Offprint fair (Tate Modern). Her work has been recently shortlisted for Denton's Art Prize and the New Contemporaries 2018. T. +44 (0)75467 98543 EROLA ARCALIS