Showing posts with label Sebastian Ingram. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sebastian Ingram. Show all posts

Elisabeth Bodey

Spectral : songs for a new age
To June 13
Five Walls

Elisabeth Bodey, MKH, 2020, acrylic on linen on board, 70 x 60 cm.

'My paintings continue what has been my focus for the last ten years: representations of the convergence of different aspects shared between music and painting: synchronous relations such as harmony and dissonance, markings of time and space, sound and silence, chromatic values etc. Though obviously very different physical forms, they communicate via form, structure, materiality and conceptual aspects.

My process is one of interweaving, exploring or wandering between these different levels in space. There is for me an endlessness, an openness to this investigative process through both aesthetic and conceptual means but as the one who is in the more material realm, it is an on ongoing process of re-presencing what is heard and what is felt.' Elisabeth Bodey.

Elisabeth Bodey, Devotion, 2020, acrylic on linen on board, 70 x 60 cm.

Elisabeth Bodey, Vespers, 2020, acrylic on linen on board, 70 x 60 cm.

Elisabeth Bodey, installation image (Vespers 1 and 2).
Elisabeth Bodey, opening night.

Also on show:

Ariana Luca
A Glimpse of a Process

‘A Glimpse of a Process’ is a series of works on paper that explore the process of constructing an abstract composition. Through these works I explore how a drawing can reflect and capture an artist’s movements, gestures, decisions and ideas within the surface of the paper ... As they progress, the drawings record each moment in the history of their own making. Each work captures my continually evolving practice of creating endless iterations of abstract shapes and patterns.' Ariana Luca.

Ariana Luca, Unfold, Stretch and Rearrange, Watecolour, gouache and graphite on paper.

Sebastian Ingram
I Have Never Seen a Blackhole

‘I Have Never Seen A Black Hole’ explores the idea that thousands of images being used to try and reconstruct a ‘whole’, in a singular moment, seems to diffuse the referent object rather than suspend it in time and space. Through the diffusion of a myriad of representations, the work aims to question our relationship between the sensory experience of representations and their referent objects' Sebastian Ingram.

Sebastian Ingram, Untitled (diffuse 001), 2020,
materials including fabricated Steel, acrylic and laser print, dimensions variable.

In the stockroom: 

Andrew Leslie, Loop, acrylic on aluminium, 120 x 120 cm.

Chris Packer, Parthenope, manipulated fabric, 70 x 50 cm (approx).

Individual artist's text; Five Walls website.