Control to Collapse, Blyth Gallery, Imperial College London: 22 November 2017 - 3 January 2018

Alex Roberts (Artist), Rebecca Byrne (Artist), Liz Elton (Artist), Ann-Marie James (Artist), Clare Price (Artist), Tamsin Relly (Artist), Tim A Shaw (Artist), Susan Sluglett (Artist), Laura Smith (Artist)

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

    Abstract

    One of nine exhibited artists from the nine-person, group exhibition, Control to Collapse hosted by the Blyth Gallery, London. Curated by fellow participating artists, Rebecca Byrne and Liz Elton.

    Artists: Rebecca Byrne, Liz Elton, Ann-Marie James, Clare Price, Tamsin Relly, Alex Roberts, Tim A Shaw, Susan Sluglett, Laura Smith.

    Control to Collapse - an exhibition navigating a variety of gestural acts within painting. The exhibition was accompanied by a catalogue which included visuals of the works by each of the nine artists and introductory text provided by Niamh White.

    "Control to Collapse, the title aimed to encapsulate the range of gestures these nine artists employ, from the tightly controlled to a point where the gesture is undermined and almost allowed to disappear. Under the name ‘PaintUnion’, Rebecca and Liz have collaborated on a number of talks about painting and other projects, including ‘Pool’ at Griffin Gallery and PIY PaintLounge at Sluice Biennial (with Wendy Saunders and Paula McArthur of paintbritain)".
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationImperial College London, UK
    PublisherBlythe Gallery
    Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2017

    Keywords

    • gesture
    • gestural act
    • painting
    • group exhibition

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    • Control to Collapse: Exhibition Catalogue

      Roberts, A., Byrne, R., Elton, L., James, A-M., Price, C., Relly, T., Shaw, T. A., Sluglett, S., Smith, L. & White, N., 2017

      Research output: Non-textual formExhibition catalogue

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