Delighted to be exhibiting a piece from a new series of sculptures inspired by Chinese Scholar's Rocks in the 'Reverse Parking' group show set in the studio complex we reside in at Thames-Side Studios!
Thames-Side Studios Gallery: 23 Feb-12 Mar 2023
Curated Peter Lamb & Katie Pratt
Preview: Wednesday 22 February 6.30-8.30pm
Exhibition opens 23 February
Exhibition ends Sunday 12 March
Gallery open Thursday-Sunday, 12-5pm
Curated by Peter Lamb & Katie Pratt, seven artists whose work explores
the duality of reality and the technological sublime:
The possible’s slow fuse is lit by the imagination.
If you try and take a cat apart to see how it works, the first thing you have
on your hands is a nonworking cat.
Through the alchemy of the creative process, something transcendental
happens so that an artwork exceeds the sum of its component parts. The
novel combination of material and context propels the imagination
forward. Reverse Parking examines the duality of a tangible physical
presence and the aura of cyberspace and psychic landscape.
This exhibition is formulated as a mathematical sequence of sorts, to
replicate the aspect of art-making where taking two steps forward and one
step back leads to resolution: via remapping; mirroring; igniting;
reassembling; renewing; collapsing; absenting and evaporating.
The work presented is a product of the digital age, made out of a sense of
wonder and dazzle, whether employing new technologies or bamboozled
Here, contrasts abound whether from the machinations of the studio or the
curatorial conversation. The reflective, industrial surfaces of Paul
Hosking’s structures both assert their presence and disappear into a virtual
maze of real and imagined spaces. Peter Lamb’s prints combine pristine
digital desirability with residual studio grunge.
Learn more here.