Artist Research

New Discoveries!

Sidsel christensen- open gallery
Body and landscape

Sophie Layton

Firenze SMN 2012, 570 x 270 mm, Monotype and Photo-etching, ink on paper


Uses block monoprinted colour to 'evoke feeling' contrasts with the photographic

Inspired by neon but also architectural light - moving through an urban space

http://sophielayton.com/work/graphic/



SPACE

Catrin Huber

Architectural, fictional and imaginative spaces

Works:
- Hall of Fictional Space



https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-aS_3DIGv66c/TYMl2fVPJuI/AAAAAAAAAxA/5EfMUvAcImw/s1600/%2521cid_image001_jpg%254001CBE3D4.jpg
http://www.aptstudios.org/artists/CHub/CHub-Kiosk%20of%20Fictional%20Space_CH_7-72.jpg


Bronwen Sleigh - exploring architectural/ constructed space. Deconstructing and reconstructing.
Manic Cinq, Etching
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0817/1837/products/Manic-Cinqa.jpg?v=1484282855

 

Julie Mehretu

Janne Malmros - 2D/3D

Gabriel Orozco - Thinking in Circles, B. Fer

MAPS, DIAGRAMS & PLANS

Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Plans for works/ unrealized works and grand plans. Often these are more intriguing than the works themselves, and in this case more accessible!



http://christojeanneclaude.net/__data/bfae8fe729b9879903ca278dd1e9d8e7.jpg

  Gabriel Orozco- Garden designed for South London Gallery
http://www.southlondongallery.org/page/gabriel-orozco-garden




















Piet Oudolf- Hauser & Wirth (Somerset) Garden design
Victor Passmore - schemes for Peterlee. OBJECTIVE ABSTRACTION
Capability Brown 
Tania Kovats
Work: Only Blue 

LANDSCAPE/NATURE
Victoria Ahrens
Tania Kovats
Works: Sea Mark (Tiles on Board)
Mariele Neudecker 
Victoria Arney - DISRUPTION
Sara Lee - Woodcuts (too traditional?)

JOURNEY/MOTION/TEMPORALITY
William Kentridge
Deep Topographies, Inspiral London (See post in 'Thoughts in Progress')
Tacita Dean
Victoria Ahrens 
Simon Faithful
Works: Going Nowhere
Graham Gussin
Walk-On  
Tris Vonna Mitchell - Journey as a genre, an art form as well as subject
Walter de Maria
Chris Ofili - Clifford Chance - diary etchings from time spent in Wales
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/b5/f2/29/b5f22984c9c48835e98399fe134a6d87.jpg
 


 














GEOMETRY/PATTERN
Janne Malmros - 2D/3D
Tania Kovats 
Works: Sea Mark (Tiles on Board)

Liz Miller (see SOUND)  
Victoria Arney (See Landscape) 
 Tess jaray
Matt mullican

DRAWING/LINE
William Kentridge
Tacita Dean
Walter de Maria
Richard Wilson 
Julie Mehetu

TEXT 
Robert Smithson- Finding the Spiral Jetty

Description of finding a site for his sculpture to the process of building it. Text becomes increasingly poetic and descriptive. Text corresponds to photographs. But not illustrative.
The Sebald/Jaray collaborations - collaboration of text and image
*Link to my piece (Grwyne Fechan, "Red hyphenated line...")*
William Kentridge - William Townsend Lecture, October 2016. 
In-depth discussion of his process. The performative aspect of drawing. 
The lecture/text as physically constructed/de-constructed.
Sense and Non-Sense. Abstracted and yet recognisable elements flash in and out of sight.
GESTURE.   

Julian opie- instructions for inatalling 'there are hills in the distance '

SOUND 
John Cage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3xLEo1z8RQ. 
PROCESS! -Putting in place rules and parameters and letting chance take over at controlled stages. 
Visualisation of 'sound' / music

Liz Miller
Scortadura, Bearspace Gallery

http://www.medway.gov.uk/images/lizmiller-%20debussy2.jpg

 
















Saw these scored 'performed' at Bearspace Gallery. It seemed problematic that musicians were already familiar with the pieces. Doesn't ambiguous sound have more potential than music?



Veronique Chance [A Winter Landscape Project, See Video tab]

Tacita Dean - JOURNEY (Trying to find the spiral jetty - research paper)

Katrina Palmer - AUDIO WALK (Research paper)

Katie Paterson - Earth-Moon-Earth - Links to Liz Miller, distortion of recognisable classical music. Reliant on the accompanying book to make sense of these sounds. 

Janet Cardiff - Immediacy of Sound, links to Roland Barthes notion that listening roots us in a sense of time and place (Responsibility of Forms)



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COLOUR

David Batchelor (whitechapel document of contemporary art series).Also flatlands 

Katherine jones-LUMINOSITY


 

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