Now, however, she’s taken on a navigating role with her new show, Always Turn Left.
The exhibition presents a range of limited edition prints and murals, all given Wilson’s characteristically colourful treatment.
Using printing techniques including hand created acetates, gold leaf, printing on cork, giclee screenprint hybrids, ten layer screen prints and risograph, Wilson’s work aims to ‘takes the familiar and brings it to life’, according to Jealous Gallery, which will house the show.
Wilson has reworked a series of classic signs, maps and a few everyday objects in a way ‘designed to make you smile’, the gallery adds.
Imagery ranges from world maps to London Underground maps to ‘No Mobile Phone Zone’ signs; though perhaps the most direct piece is this charming light switch:
Here’s a far less offensive video of Wilson painting the gallery windows:
Always Turn Left runs until 16 October at Jealous Gallery, 27 Park Road, Crouch End, London N8