David Marron was born in 1972. He received a BA (hons) from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 1996. He is London based and currently divides his time between his art practice and his work as a paramedic.
Medicine permeates the art works I make. A haphazard amalgam of experiences diluted from time spent as a paramedic. Generalised recurrent themes appear to be the human condition: the fragility and durability, a detached physiology, pathogens, violence, medical treatment and transience. Imagining art with magnetic properties, appropriating relevant material from differing subjects. Collisions and collusions to damage and reconstruct.