Saturday, 17 December 2016

Midpointness - Documentation 17/12/16

Today Dutton & Bracey installed new work by Simon Granell in the gallery:






Andrew Bracey also completed his work Pope Innocent X:




Today’s Artist Soup Kitchen soup was Midpointness workers’ soup - vegetable with veggie dumplings:




Midpointness is an evolving project which seeks to equate itself along the lines of a conceptual model of the cosmic. Over the course of 4 weeks, this group exhibition, featuring works by 27 UK and international artists will change and evolve, grow and diminish, pulsate through the works of the artists and the participation of the audience. Curatorial control will, at times be handed over to Gallery staff and exhibition visitors, both live and remote. Through this egalitarian, hierarchy-free approach, Midpointness will seek to explore the nature of the artist, the exhibition, the audience and the work of art.

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Midpointness Documentation - 15/12/16





INVIGILATOR ACTION
Chloe Belcher

My decision
to paint over
to incorporate
paint
and
photo
together
allow the artwork to be consumed.





Midpointness is an evolving project which seeks to equate itself along the lines of a conceptual model of the cosmic. Over the course of 4 weeks, this group exhibition, featuring works by 27 UK and international artists will change and evolve, grow and diminish, pulsate through the works of the artists and the participation of the audience. Curatorial control will, at times be handed over to Gallery staff and exhibition visitors, both live and remote. Through this egalitarian, hierarchy-free approach, Midpointness will seek to explore the nature of the artist, the exhibition, the audience and the work of art.

 

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Midpointness Documentation - 14/12/16

 

Midpointness is an evolving project which seeks to equate itself along the lines of a conceptual model of the cosmic. Over the course of 4 weeks, this group exhibition, featuring works by 27 UK and international artists will change and evolve, grow and diminish, pulsate through the works of the artists and the participation of the audience. Curatorial control will, at times be handed over to Gallery staff and exhibition visitors, both live and remote. Through this egalitarian, hierarchy-free approach, Midpointness will seek to explore the nature of the artist, the exhibition, the audience and the work of art.