New Art Highlights

13 - 19 May 2019

New Art Highlights of the week includes Caro Williams, Angela Chalmers, Joe Hancock and Danny Manning

The Blue Hour, 2019 by Caro Williams

Caro Williams 

Brass and steel sound notes created from dawn chorus recordings taken in during the blue hour, brass bells, silk thread, chain, metal sound boxes playing birdsong, blue light

Dawn chorus recordings fill the space both aurally and visually. A single bell rings in the silence between one bird chorus and the next. The Blue Hour draws from the French expression L’heure bleue alluding to the strange and elusive moments between night and day when the natural world is silent. It is after these moments of silence when light covers the darkness and the blue appears that the dawn chorus begins.

Now showing at Contemporary Art and Ritual, Crypt Gallery, London NW1 2BA

16-21 May 2019, Opens daily 10am – 6pm

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Spiritual Gardening, 2019 by Angela Chalmers

Angela Chalmers

Cyanotype on Silk & Paper

‘Spiritual Gardening’ is part of a series of work connected to my art residency at St Martin-on-the-Hill. At the heart of this work is a study of nature and how through seeking experiences with
the natural world, such as gardening we immerse ourselves in a deep-rooted cultural or spiritual place of connection.

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+/- [maquette], 2019 by Joe Hancock

Joe Hancock 

Maquette (wood) for forthcoming sculpture - June 2019:
Douglas Fir / Ash
4 x 4 x 3 metres

A single ladder for climbing in all three dimensions: x, y and z.

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Lost in Translation, 2019 by Danny Manning

Danny Manning

A series of small installation pieces exploring autobiographical themes of dislocation, migration, loss and my polish identity. In this instance through text and an exploration of polish embroidery.

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