New Art Highlights

26 February - 4 March 2018

New Art Highlights of the week from Axisweb includes: Amanda Jobson, Tony Mallon, Candice Jacobs and Gillian Brent

Target Practice, 2017 by Amanda Jobson

Amanda Jobson

This project Target Practice is a reenactment of a military range in Britain its a response to militarism, masculinity and our environment. Visual representations relating to borders, divisions, territories, cultural identity. The project started as a geographical survey on the many coastal walks I made; along the edge of a military range in Lydd, Kent. These constructed Targets are placed into the landscape using traditional technologies film & camera, tripod, setting up in the military landscape where conservation intertwines nature and everyday lives of gun fire & military training.

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Homeless, 2014-15 by Tony Mallon

Tony Mallon

Homeless moved beyond the human presence to explore, examine & document through photography & text, the spaces & experience of living in homeless hostels in Merseyside during 2014-15.

Exhibited as part of LOOK/15, Liverpool’s international photography festival (May 2015) & at the Unseen Photo Festival, Amsterdam in 2015. Project supported using public funding by Arts Council England & The National Lottery.

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ASTROLOGICAL PROFILE III, 2016 by Candice Jacobs

Candice Jacobs 

Postcript, Camden Arts Centre, London

(8min audio loop, x3 1m x 1m digitally printed floor cushions with images taken from Bruce Forsyth’s Price Is Right gameshow)

Audio meditation taking inspiration from the Astrological Profile of Jenny Lomax, when she started as Director of Camden Arts Centre 25 years previously, using the artists own interpretation and script from this set of signs and symbols the audio explores a generic yet extremely personal translation of character, gender, power and space.

Using the artists voice, script and audio filters, Jacobs mimics vocal ASMR techniques found on Youtube.

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In conversation, 2016 by Gillian Brent

Gillian Brent

Steel, paint, found objects.

The work is constructed using formal and aesthetic relationships that respond and allude to objects, space and dynamics, creating new ones that synthesise and subvert my experiences and observations of the world.

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