Finetuned curators and Gavin Peacock and Julian Weaver present Relay, which areÂ seven newly commissioned installations and text works by artists Giles Drayton, Clare Gasson and Bernard G. Mills, writers Yve Lomax and Mo White.Â
The exhibition according to the Quay Arts Blog,Â Â is into its first week at the Quay Arts on the Isle of Wight and has apparently gone down a storm so far.
Relay isÂ based mainly on a set of simultaneous online broadcasts, avaliable to view Click HERE: and also through screenings at the Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford, Farnham Maltings, Surrey and at the Quay Arts.
Curators: Gavin Peacock and Julian Weaver said:
“These new works manifest particular engagements with sound. Each work points towards a singular, subjective preoccupation and its movement into the world.Â At the same time, something passes between the works a relay that occurs when they are brought into proximity.
In the first show, Bernard G. Millsâ€™s Title Roll is a cinematic installation that surveys a record collection spanning forty years: a procedure of selection that defies the conventions of indexing.
Clare Gassonâ€™s film The Ballad of Albatross Way traverses multiple narratives as it approaches a blind spot: a point at which the end can only be seen after turning the corner.”
Full Details can be foundÂ on the Quay Arts Blog SiteÂ HERE:
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