We are all very excited here at the Ipconfig collective to share with you a review of our show by Wimbledon College of Art MA student Catherine Linton:
Catherine has carefully selected the grains from each individuals work in order to see if we produce that essential cyclic nature of the Windmill.
When Catherine isn’t reviewing our shows, you can find her under the aliases of draughtswoman and printer and textiles artist.
Here is a link to her own blog:
Take a look at the striking colours and foreboding imagery of Rei Matsushima’s latest print works.
Rei’s print-making technique employs the layering of two contrasting colours to formulate a duplicity to a photograph. The interesting nature of these pictures, is that Rei has photographed the process of photographic development, and the layering of colours adds a material imminence to the pre-exposed negatives.
Those of you who attended Cat Hill may be familiar with the scenes…
Three members of the collective will open the doors of the Tokarska Gallery, Walthamstow this Thursday, displaying a composite of responses to their interaction with the built and natural environment. One of the main attractions of the show will be how the work is churned together like that of the mechanism of the Windmill, and the output harvested for reception.
‘W I N D M I L L’ opens on Thursday 12th April 12am.
The private view takes place on Satuday 14th April, 6-9pm
Margaret Moore: http://www.margaretmooreart.com/
Rei Matsushima: http://www.reimatsushima.com/
Zoe-Lee Skelton: http://www.secretdiaryofascavenger.blogspot.com
Also featuring the work or Chelsea School of Art Graduate Asako Taki: http://asakotaki.web.fc2.com/
James Bell is jam-packing his art calender over the next two months with three exhibitions, each very different in tone, but all representing his artistic ‘brand’ accordingly.
Don’t miss an inclusion if his work at ‘The Vibe Affordable Art Exhibition’ this April, hosted at the Vibe Gallery.
The second slot will be with his fellow Middlesex graduates at Vyner Street Gallery, with many of the exhibitors debuting some new pieces.
Check here for imagery:
And thirdly, the Alma Street Fair will see James back in his usual role doing what he does best, performing!
Here is a link to his personal blog for more information
Be sure to make your way to the Alma Street Fair on the 27th May to catch a whole host of activities – but more importantly to watch our friend James Bell paint.
Here’s a link to the facebook event: