Fringe Arts Bath Exhibition 2018 Poster by Lise Richardson.

Poster by Lise Richardson

FaB 2017

FaB 2017

94 Walcot St, Bath, BA1 5BG

FaB 1
94-96 Walcot Street
Bath
BA1 5LX

FRINGE ARTS BATH 2018 EXHIBITIONS


25/05/18 - 10/06/18


Fringe Arts Bath is a two-week festival of contemporary visual art exhibitions, events and workshops during Bath Fringe Festival in May/June each year. I will be exhibiting two bodies of work, SPIKES and Auto-da-fé, in three exhibitions during the festival which will include an artist's talk on Monday the 4th of June at 6pm.

#FaB18 - Opening Night Arty Party Friday 25 May 18:00 - 21:00.

The exhibition will be open from 26 May - 10 June.


94 Walcot St, Bath, BA1 5BG

FaB 1
94-96 Walcot Street
Bath
BA1 5LX

SPIKES #10, 2013.

SPIKES #10, 2013

Walcot Chapel, Walcot Gate, Bath, BA1 5UG

Walcot Chapel
Walcot Gate
Bath
BA1 5UG

LIVE #FaB18 EXHIBITION


25/05/18 - 10/06/18


The word live has two meanings. It refers to existence itself -the perpetual process of growth and decay- and to the most vivid of performances – spontaneous and in the moment. This exhibition, and its associated events, bring both definitions together and will include four prints from my series SPIKES.

Curated by Geoff Dunlop.

Walcot Chapel, Walcot Gate, Bath, BA1 5UG

Walcot Chapel
Walcot Gate
Bath
BA1 5UG

Still from Auto-da-fé, 2016.

Still from Auto-da-fé, 2016

FaB 2, 6 - 7 New Bond Street, Bath, BA1 1BE

FaB 2
6 - 7 New Bond Street
Bath
BA1 1BE

Doorways #FaB18 EXHIBITION


25/05/18 - 10/06/18


My video piece Auto-da-fé will be shown at Doorways, an exhibition exploring symbolism and significance of doorways as the space between the ‘now’ and the ‘next'. Doorways are thresholds to somewhere new. Doorways are the physical symbol of the transition – of change – between the ‘now’ and the ‘next’, from ‘here’ to ‘there’; moving in, moving out, moving on. Familiar in ritual, religion, myth and literature, they have emotional power – they are the liminal space between two states of being; a transition that has to be negotiated before the ‘next’ can begin.

Curated by Mike & Dona Bradley.

FaB 2, 6 - 7 New Bond Street, Bath, BA1 1BE

FaB 2
6 - 7 New Bond Street
Bath
BA1 1BE

SPIKES #6, 2013.

SPIKES #6, 2013.

SPIKES #18, 2013.

SPIKES #18, 2013.

FaB 2, 6 - 7 New Bond Street, Bath, BA1 1BE

FaB 2
6 - 7 New Bond Street
Bath
BA1 1BE

NATURE MORTE #FaB18 EXHIBITION


25/05/18 - 10/06/18


I will be showing some more prints from SPIKES at Nature Morte, a reinterpretation of so called ‘Golden Age’ Dutch Still Life. Still Life traditionally attempts to preserve the ephemeral through meticulous depiction of organic material in different stages of bloom, growth and decay. These paintings often represent human mortality. The paradox lies in the legacy of the work, far outreaching both the subject matter and the artist. What are we preserving by painting flowers when we are also transient?

Curated by Heather Griffin.

FaB 2, 6 - 7 New Bond Street, Bath, BA1 1BE

FaB 2
6 - 7 New Bond Street
Bath
BA1 1BE

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