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  • art, painting, Jenniffer Omaitz

    10.08.2017

    Jenniffer Omaitz

    painting

    Our urban and geographic environment is in a constant state of transformation. My work explores states of change between order and chaos that relate to this experience of environmental shift.

    My paintings explore ideas of Fold, Gesture and Movement. These states can remain calm or reconfigure coherence in the painting. I am interested in the connection between a fold as it relates to architecture or geography and gesture as it relates to aspects of drawing and language and 20th century painting. This series struggles to define beauty, exploring abstraction as incident and artifact of the process in which paint is applied, exposing interior and exterior spaces that may not coexist. There is a constant struggle between surface and ground; between paint and the boundaries within the painting.

    All painting by Jenniffer Omaitz
  • art, photography, Nasos Karabelas

    08.08.2017

    Nasos Karabelas

    photography

    I was born in Ileia, Greece. I’ve been involved with the cinema and have produced two short films and one feature film, which took part in festivals, in Greece and abroad. I started dealing with photography the last four years. I’m self taught and the kind of photography I’ve been dealing with, is experimental photography and in particular the possibilities of deformation of the human body. Abstract photography is photographic style that attempts to escape from what we traditionally know as photography and to turn towards to other mediums of art such as painting. The alienated body and fuzzy features of the engravings of the matter reflects the ambiguous and unstable emotions and thoughts that constitute that subject.

    All photography by Nasos Karabelas
  • art, painting, Ben Fenton

    06.08.2017

    Ben Fenton

    painting

    Ben originally comes from Dungeness in Kent and spent time living in Greatstone, Rye and Winchelsea Beach whilst growing up before moving to London where he attended Goldsmiths College. With the majority of his childhood spent by the Kent and Sussex coastline, and being the son of a local fisherman, he developed a deep love of the sea, and the coast that meets it. His aim with his paintings is to convey the empty, bleak beauty of these areas and their oddly angular shingle shapes against the expanse of sea and sky.

    All painting by Ben Fenton
  • art, painting, Goia Mujalli

    05.08.2017

    Goia Mujalli

    painting

    My work operates through things, situations and states that enter the paintings and run their course. Does the act produce the meaning? There is an interest in additive and subtractive actions. Through exploring texture, and the use of layering I open up ambiguous spaces. Repetition of continuous rhythmic motifs creates an essence of a pre-existing thing, which makes the paintings partially representational. All paintings are marked with erasures, moments of presence and precision. I explore the difference of mark making resembling a print aspect. There is a friction of erased marks and layered marks on the surface containing erasures, traces and stains. There is an abstraction in my paintings that comes from this investigation and experimentation with paint and deconstruction of an image. I search for a diverse variation between each painting while maintaining the exploration of mark making.

    All painting by Goia Mujalli
  • art, collage, Sarah Carpenter

    03.08.2017

    Sarah Carpenter

    collage

    My inspiration comes from my experience of mental illness. My methodology reflects how I process information; taking something, reimagining it, exploring its possibilities and making something new with it. Breaking things down, seeing them from a different perspective / in a different context helps me find something I can relate to / understand. I twist concepts, challenges perceptions and deal with difficult emotions / ugly topics by endeavouring to unveil something beautiful. What constitutes beauty? Does this process of distortion make the subject matter more approachable? easier to digest and understand?

    All collage by Sarah Carpenter
  • art, painting, Laurén Brady

    31.07.2017

    Laurén Brady

    painting

    These works chronicle a recent month abroad in Italy and were created on site throughout my travels. During the trip, painting became a means to process the experience of a new place, culture, and environment. A way to understand the congested narrow roads in Venice, the crowded vaporetto rides, the chaos of the Santa Maria Novella train station in Florence, the quiet campos where locals sit and read newspapers, the graffiti around a door lock. Using abstract language, the works delve into the feelings of uneasiness, melancholy, joy, and explore the phenomena of present experience becoming intertwined with memory and the past.

    All painting by Laurén Brady
  • art, photography, Alessandro Falchi

    22.07.2017

    Alessandro Falchi

    photography

    This is an old pier of boats, abandoned in the city of Syracuse, Sicily. The charm of this place is given by the tranquility and closeness of the sea.

    All photography by Alessandro Falchi
  • art, collage, Vicki Cody

    19.07.2017

    Vicki Cody

    collage

    Paper collage is at the core of my art practice. I am drawn to its immediacy and spontaneity. It is the perfect medium as it enables constant transformation. The collages ultimately take form in other mediums such as textiles. It is a depiction of the natural world and our relationship to it. Natural History, Victorian imagery, tales with anthropomorphic themes, are a source of inspiration for me. I meld together traditional collage techniques with distortion turning things upside down bringing the beautiful and ugly together. Sourcing and collecting imagery occurs over a period of time. Repetition is an important part of my method, endless cutting, constructing and breaking things down again. Various birds, beasts and flora reoccur throughout the work. They are sliced up, scaled up and morphed together to create strange and unexpected hybrids.

    All collage by Vicki Cody
  • art, photography, Natasha Cantwell

    17.07.2017

    Natasha Cantwell

    photography

    The Living Dead explores the concept of the uncanny and how photography can be utilised to create the unsettling feeling of experiencing the familiar and strange all at once. This body of work specifically looks at how the uncanny permeates anything that is simultaneously its opposite, such as the living and non-living or the real and unreal. It is an enquiry into photography's association with representation, simulation and the real. This project examines photography’s uncanny relationship with preservation and death, particularly how photographs archive and preserve their subjects in image-form but also serve as a reminder of the decay and destruction that occurs after the photograph has been taken.

    All photography by Natasha Cantwell
  • art, painting, Kotaro Machiyama

    13.07.2017

    Kotaro Machiyama

    painting

    ...Combining the desire to get closer to an object that I am attracted to and thinking about it in a time other than the present…

    All painting by Kotaro Machiyama
  • UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

  • Los Angeles

    Art. Exhibition. Huddle - a postcard show at Shoebox Projects. Los Angeles

    23 Sep

    Huddle - a postcard show at Shoebox Projects

    Shoebox Projects

    Join us on September 23rd, from 3 to 6pm for Huddle, a pop up postcard show hosted by Shoebox Projects and Art and Cake.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. (IN)VISIBLE SYSTEMS. London

    15 Sep - 26 Oct

    (IN)VISIBLE SYSTEMS

    The Foundry Gallery

    Within (IN)VISIBLE SYSTEMS Evans depicts languages of architecture, geometry and nature as both growing and being destroyed in a state of unsettling flux and transformation.

  • Los Angeles

    Art. Exhibition. Last Ticket for the Beauty Train. Los Angeles

    9 - 30 Sep

    Last Ticket for the Beauty Train

    KP Projects

    KP Projects is proud to announce the latest sculptural and installation work by Scott Hove.

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