Launch Night: Friday 3 May // 6 - 8pm - All Welcome!
Exhibition open: 4 - 18 May 2019 (Thu 5-8pm // Fri-Sun 11am-5pm)
This emphasis of this project is on publicly exhibiting a body of research and development that Lyndsey has been working on during the past 18months, in collaboration with performing arts venue The Lemon Tree and volunteer participants from Rosemount Community Centre and Transition Extreme. The project and exhibition has been curated and designed by Lyndsey and the work produced has a shared ownership between all 13 participants.
Shuffle expands on Gilmour’s broader research interests in the static nature of Painting and the role movement can play in this medium. Previous work has focused on the importance of time within Painting; celebrating the aging process of decay, rot and rust, enabling the image, colour and tonal structure to change over time. As with Theatre, although the structure remains no two viewing experiences are the same. Shuffle continues this exploration through the (de)constructing of the imagery evident in both the changeable and interactive nature of the drawings, a rhythm is introduced through the projected film and the Paintings merely fix compilations of imagery, adding a stillness to the show.
List of Participants:
Sam Begg, Calum Chalmers, Jack Dow, Linzi Harrow, Becky Laird, Naomi Leckie, Owen Livingston, Carol McDonald, Alison Muir, Diane Needler, Freda Still, Dorothy Sutherland, Cora Taylor, Dennis Noble, Helen Watson, Ethan West.