From SooperSweet at the R-Space Gallery.
For Si, after his nightmare.
Colourful buildings painted by Alex Brewer aka HENSE. Atlanta.
“Time Spent That Might Otherwise Be Forgotten”, photos from various points in Diane Meyer’s life obscured by embroidered pixels.
All these garlands prove nothing (Detail)
can art be used as argument in academic papers? i bet i can manage to make it work. this goes hand in had with my thoughts about clothing and gender, while at the same time challenging it. love it. i’ve been a fan of tobia’s work for years now, and i’m especially fascinated with the glimmers of color on the skin and the contrast of the texture of the hair. forever amazed.
Susie MacMurray - Promenade (2010) - 105 miles of gold embroidery thread
WATERCOLOUR BY GILLES BENSIMON
Hamilton Gallery presents its first exhibition (6 December - 18 January 2013) of photographs by Gilles Bensimon, famed for his decades of work in photography, fashion and culture. Watercolour is a series of images that Gilles has been creating for the past two years and marks a significant departure from his well-known earlier figurative oeuvre.
By Antony Gormley, this immersive installation used dense fog to disorientate and engage the viewers senses, often causing groups of people entering the space to lose one another.
‘You enter this interior space that is the equivalent of being on top of a mountain or at the bottom of the sea. It is very important for me that inside it you find the outside. Also you become the immersed figure in an endless ground, literally the subject of the work.’