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Articulate is celebrating a decade of exhibitions and projects with an occasional series of paired exhibitions over the next twelve months. Each pair will include a new single installation in the project space, accompanied by an exhibition documenting works from different groupings of projects that have occurred in the space over the past ten years. Read more about what Articulate celebrates here.
The first pair is Too bright for our infirm delight, a new single installation by Sarah Woodward in the ground floor project space, accompanied by Solo in the mezzanine and backroom, an exhibition that documents single installations made in the project space since 2010.
Sarah Woodward describes Too bright for our infirm delight as 'a reflection of the constant fascination with ontology, the fundamental understanding of who we are. As Heidegger states I can only see from my own point of view. That’s what I’m trying to share, my perspective.' Read more here.
Artists participating in Solo are Ciaran Begley and Merryn Hull, Elia Bosshard, Jenny Brown, Alison Clouston and Boyd, Beata Geyer, Lesley Giovanelli, Chantal Grech, WeiZen Ho, Laine Hogarty, Wendy Howard, Richard Kean, Perrine Lacroix, Kenneth Lambert, Kathryn Ryan, Alan Schacher, Slowing Down Time (Louise Curham, Michele Elliot, Sue Healey and Jo Law), Splinter Orchestra and Helen M Sturgess. Each document past single-installations they have shown at Articulate in the last decade, and what they say about their works and their documentation can be read here.
|Sarah Woodward Too bright for our infirm delight (detail) 2020|
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