Category Archives: Ruination

July Paintings VI (Stains)

   

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July Paintings VIII (Wiped)

         

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July Paintings VII (Sanding and Stains)

   

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July Paintings V (Impasto and Glazes)

       

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July Paintings IV (Assemblage)

 

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July Paintings III (Structures)

 

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Paradox and Conflict

  “Painting As Paradox is an exercise in synthesizing the research of eclectic practices of young emerging artists grappling with various legacies of painting. Their work reflects a continual gesturing towards tradition and a concurrent redefinition of painting in contemporary … Continue reading

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Border Paintings: Solo Exhibition

    Initially it seemed as if the project space would work well as a backdrop for my paintings; all the same concerns were present: dirt, a build up of marks on surfaces, disorder and ruination. But on deciding which … Continue reading

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Memory and Failure Study Group

  Memory and Failure Study Group Saturday 20 June 1 – 3pmAn informal afternoon of presentations and group discussion led by Andrew Brown, Maria Teresa Ortoleva and Alexandra Gbedemah. Responding to our current exhibition DE. FI. CIEN. CY the study group will present ideas around memory … Continue reading

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Towards a Selection of Sites of Ruination V (Trans Pennine Trail, Levenshulme to Gorton)

  Colours took on a new vibrancy in the heatwave in the first few weeks of June. I realised that the light emanating from my black ground paintings from May were as much a symptom of poor weather in that … Continue reading

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