New Art Highlights

23 - 29 September

New Art Highlights of the week includes Sharon Haward, Lady Kitt, Caro Williams and Maria Kuipers

Identity, 2019 by Sharon Haward

Sharon Haward 

DORDRECHT CITY | 400th anniversary of the Synod of Dort | 2018

Artists from European cities twinned with Dordrecht lived and worked together in Dordrecht for ten days. Work made was distributed inside and outside venues in the town and at Project Space.

IDEAS: site-responsive, intervention, interruption, surprise, classical painting, public space, local history, MATERIALS: ripstop, prints, wood, paint PROCESSES: installing, construction, FORMS: floating, drifting, compostition,

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Darlo to 'Boro is our Grand Tour', 2019 by Lady Kitt

Lady Kitt 

Residency at Crown Street Gallery and Darlington Library & Archives
August, September 2019
A socially engaged project as part of Middlesbrough Art Weekender, co-commissioned by The Auxiliary and Creative Darlington.

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Soundscape - Iceland, 2019 by Caro Williams

Caro Williams 

Acoustic markers for birdsong, film still.
Film still from site recordings made in Iceland with sound markers.

“Soundscapes describe a place, a sonic identity, a sonic memory, but always a sound that is pertinent to a place” ? R. Murray Schafer, The Soundscape: the Tuning of the World

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Red Passage, 2019 by Maria Kuipers 

Maria Kuipers 

Working with red is always extremely challenging but I respond to a colour without too much thought. If I 'feel' red I work with it.
My approach is always layered and serendipitous - each day brings different feelings, different responses to what I see from the previous painted layer and different connection to materials.

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