Exhibition

The Performativity of Painting

16 Jan 2018 – 16 Feb 2018

Event times

Opening hours: Tuesday-Friday: 11am-5pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm
Private view: Friday 19 January, 6-8pm
Artists’ Talk: Saturday 10 February: 1.30-4pm

Cost of entry

Free

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Travel Information

  • Buses – 47, 225 (Friendly Street Stop) or 53, 177 (Deptford Bridge Stop)
  • Deptford Bridge Station – DLR trains from Bank and Lewisham
  • St John’s Station – South Eastern Trains from London Bridge and South East

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A choreographed meeting.

Painting – the performance of structures, fragments and use of space within the perceived painted frame, and the relating inherent surround.

About

Artists: Tobias Buckel, Liz Elton, David Lock, J.A. Nicholls, Selma Parlour,
James Pimperton, Rebecca Molloy, Alex Roberts

In bringing together these artists, through their distinct individual accounts and methodologies, the exhibition, The Performativity of Painting offers the opportunity to consider site-specificity, theatrical tropes, depicted surfaces, staging and the interconnectedness of the artwork’s context (in the works’ content and proximity). In this sense, the exhibition will seek to address painting’s embodiment of the performative space.  Curator: Alex Roberts

Curators

Alex Roberts9

Exhibiting artists

James Pimperton

Rebecca Molloy

Liz Elton

Tobias Buckel

David Lock

Selma Parlour

Alex Roberts9

J.A. Nicholls

Taking part

University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Building

London, United Kingdom

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