The Performativity of Painting: Exhibition Catalogue

Alex Roberts (Curator), Ken Wilder (Contributing member)

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    Abstract

    The Performativity of Painting, a choreographed meeting. 'Painting – the performance of structures, fragments and use of space within the perceived painted frame, and the relating inherent surround'. Curator: Alex Roberts The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich Galleries, 16 January - 16 February 2018, exhibition catalogue.

    Dr. Ken Wilder is an artist and writer. With teaching responsibilities at both Chelsea and Camberwell Colleges of Art, he is the UAL Reader in Spatial Design. He has published widely on issues of reception aesthetics, including Bloomsbury’s 2016 anthology Painting: Critical and Primary Sources. Plus, the monograph Beholding: Situated Art and the Aesthetics of Reception, published by Bloomsbury in May 2020.

    ISBN 9780956969859
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationUniversity of Greenwich Galleries
    PublisherThe Stephen Lawrence Gallery
    Media of outputOther
    Publication statusPublished - Dec 2017

    Keywords

    • painting
    • performativity
    • contemporary painting
    • site relational
    • installation
    • relational aesthetics

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