RAYMOND CARTER | LOZENGE

Raymond Carter’s new body of tape paintings considers the geometric shape of the lozenge, its symbolism, and meaning. From the first decade of the 20th Century, the lozenge shape has held a position within geometric abstract painting. Introduced to easel painting by the Russian Constructivists they incorporated it, alongside other elements, into their geometric arrangements. […]

SHELLEY JARDINE | UNDER INSTRUCTION

Under Instruction investigates the notions of movement, space, embodiment and enation through the employment of written instruction. Navigating the viewer through the gallery space through the visual language of hard-edge geometric abstraction, a relationship between the viewer, art, artist and gallery space is promoted. By questioning the concept of space and inter-bodily resonance, Jardine establishes […]