Monday, 25 October 2010
Today, installation began on the Delineation exhibition. The exhibition of critical drawing practices within members of TBC Artists' Collective will open at The Crypt Gallery NW1 on Wednesday 27th October.
For more information see tbc-artistscollective.blogspot.com
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
Compositional study for Xerox Drawing series.
Cut tracing paper and light.
White on White (Erased)
Pencil crayon on paper
Supporting study for Xerox Drawing series
Graphite on layered tracing paper
8x8 Squares, Partially Erased
Graphite on paper
Today work in the studio has continued with supporting studies and material explorations in advance of work on a new Xerox Drawing. The forthcoming exhibition Delineation, Contemporary Dialogues with Drawing will feature an area of artists' diagnostic drawings.
Sunday, 10 October 2010
Above: Charley Peters Displacement (2010)
Graphite square (erased) and accrued erasings
12-PAGES introduces the Online Project Space, a monthly project set to create specially-prepared works for the 12-PAGES blog, that interrogates individual theory and presents works on a digital wall space.
The theme for October was notions of the home, incorporating the importance of having a home, and perhaps experiences of not having a home. Contributing artists were asked to spend a short time applying this theme to the process of their current practices.
To see more work:
Wednesday, 6 October 2010
Tuesday, 5 October 2010
TBC's 12-Pages editor Paul Mendez is currently curating work from the group to showcase in this month's TBC Online Project Space. TBC members were asked to reflect on notions of 'homelessness' and 'the home' in order to make an exclusive piece of work for 12-Pages.
Inspired by the collaboration with The House of St Barnabus, Soho, as part of the Delineation, Contemporary Dialogues with Drawing exhibition, this body of TBC work, including a new piece of work from me, Displacement, will be online over the next week so keep watching this space for more news. The House of St Barnabas is a charity that has been supporting those affected by homelessness for over 160 years, helping them to bring about a positive change in their lives. TBC is working with volunteers from HoSB during Autumn 2010 to provide a professional insight into contemporary art practice and foster the development of drawing skills within a group of participants.