Almost Like A Reality: The Landscape and its Subjects
Exhibition: Friday 20 July – Sunday 19 August 2018
19 July Thursday
6 - 8 pm
A body of paintings which re-examines our experience of landscape, drawing on the artist’s research into data transformation, with a focus on how quantitative information becomes expressed as a qualitative result. For instance, the landscape can be seen as a forensic site rather than a purely aesthetic proposition. Repetitions of specific vistas also are placed side by side to suggest that the proposition of a fixed landscape idyll is problematic as it always looked through the lens of personal experience. In this sense the landscape is no longer an object but a series of encounters.
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Image above: Simon Grennan. Opening 2017. Oil on canvas, 46 x31.5 cm. Courtesy the artist
Image previous page: Simon Grennan. Mutual Contamination 2017. Oil on canvas, 138 X 152cm. Courtesy the artist
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