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30 Artists 13 July, Studio 1.1

30 Artists - 13 July, Studio 1.1



Monday, December 19, 2011

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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Modify rather than replace

Once again as the weary soul opens itself to the Euclidean possibilities that have availed themselves, his beliefs have been shaken and awoken simultaneously. How can the text have delivered such a clear opening and yet felt, what inevitable? bound up in this inevitability is a series of slight conjectures or nudges which lead him back to where he began many years ago. A glanced title, a falling object from the boot of a car all railroading him back to a belief in the larger possibilities of things and how he could or might produce of this scale. Only this time less self assured and more likely to listen to the small things.

Why might a set of disjointed parts acquire such significance as to produce the reason, and yet they do. Importance placed on only one element and its historical context leaves the work floundering in issues of the past. To engage wholeheartedly in the production of a total work or at least a belief in this as a possibility is the message.

The reason mentioned earlier is the element which should not falter or end on compromised ground, this should be the bedrock of beginning. Although this may not of been possible in some instances or in some slight but important way for many years. The ideal has returned and when the weary souls path is opened and the possibility manifests itself actions should be taken.

Concrete elements that return from times less depleted steady the way for what is to occur. These previous elements include the need to be within the system to activate a change and not to attempt a position of omnipresence with the ability to dissect externally. An interest in production on all levels and a belief in personal language as a guiding light through this. Why might these torch bearers who have awoken the spirit operate on similar planes that of the textual and the object? The conjuncture at which form becomes symbol and vice versa is an element that has remained true to the weary soul and is to be found back within the torch bearers too. So it is with this fan fair we await what may come from this occurrence.

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Colour an exhibition

A  group  exhibition  celebrating  the  use  of  colour  in  contemporary  art.

Beldam Gallery
Monday 24 January – Tuesday 29 March 2011




www.brunel.ac.uk/beldamgallery


Brunel University
Kingston Lane
Uxbridge
Middlesex
UB8 3PH.

Mon- Fri 10.00 -5.00. Bank Holidays Closed. Free Entry.
Tel: 01895 266074
Email: artscentre@brunel.ac.uk