Taken from Tristan Tzara's final play of the same name, Handkerchief Of Clouds is a play performed in five acts prompting the selection of five artists, with five different attitudes and processes to making painting. Establishing shared concerns, the artists' work deals with visual and conceptual contrasts, placing the everyday against the ephemeral. Reflecting upon urban experience, their work explores the pedestrian or generic alongside the personal, emotional and poetic. Developing from wide-ranging sources, their starting points include modes of abstraction and design, architectural structures, street murals, masks, mobile phone masts and telephone lines.
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