From Centre 2015
A group exhibition including work by artists presented in the Loud & Western Building, London. I exhibited 3 artworks and wrote an essay 'In Search of Meaning' for the catalogue that accompanied the show.
'From Centre, curated by Saturation Point Projects and Slate Projects, is a group exhibition which surveys contemporary approaches to reductive geometric painting, drawing and sculpture. Spanning several generations of artists, born in every decade from the 1930s to the 1980s, From Centre makes the case for the growing relevance of abstract art in the UK. Curated over three floors in a converted laundry, the works exhibited expand on the notions of architectural space, surface play, systematic painting, and sense of place.'*
From its Edwardian beginnings to the turn of the twentieth century, the Loud & Western Building was home to one of London's largest commercial laundry operations, Sunlight Laundry. During the Blitz, the building served as a volunteer sand-bagging centre and today is in the process of being converted into residential apartments.
Saturation Point is an online editorial and curatorial project for reductive, geometric and systems artists working in the UK (Editors: Patrick Morrissey, Hanz Hancock) . Slate Projects is an itinerant curatorial project founded by Alex Meurice in London in 2013, and based between London and New York.
There is an illustrated catalogue with essays by Nathan Cohen, Laura Davidson and Alex Meurice.
2004 Pigment and casein on cut panel 131 x 106 x 2.5 cm
2007 Acrylic paint on cut panel 118 x 123 x 2.5 cm
2014 Pigment and casein on cut panel 110 x 100 x 2.5 cm