Fountain Road - Roger Thorp

27 Apr 2017 – 30 Apr 2017

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10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00

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Art Aia - La Dolce Berlin

Berlin, Germany


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La Dolce Berlin, with the support of Art Aia
is pleased to announce the solo-show
of Roger Thorp at La Dolce Berlin art-space.


"I am an artist living in a vibrant artists community in Cornwall, South West UK. 

I have recently been drawn to exhibiting in the cities of Europe. This opportunity at La Dolce Berlin is crucial.

This is an chance to explore European feedback and progress a European network. As a film maker my practice was always influenced by European Cinema. This has transferred into my art practice. 

For example, the first time I encountered Art Aia it was about recreating a feature film idea in a theatrical workshop situation at their residency in Italy."

critical text by Art Curator - Art Advisor VMR

Let us consider a point which is moving on a trajectory - of unsteady flow- in a particular space. 

Now if we want to calculate the average speed of that point in a given period of time will be enough to infer the space respect to the time. The man, representing the most fluctuating variable, defines time and space depending on its acceleration, by dividing the reality into segments and seasons.

The speed constitutes the exaltation of a natural principle of revolution. The frame is a desire to emphasize a detail, the detail of a face which is going through a process of movement. 
The difficulty to embed an emotion, framing it in an effect without any cause or any consequence - but open to the second most fluctuating variable, namely the relativistic interpretation - clashes with the need to remember: the primary need to tell our motion towards the death.

Roger Thorp is the unknown-factor who observes all points into space, characterizing them according to his relative-time idea. Multi-disciplinary artist, from the production of videos (clips and short films) to the composition of music, poetry and installation, composes – gently – great literature stories, masterfully joining sections of subjects within portions of a life that seems forgotten and imperceptible by a first eye.

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