Liverpool artwork of the week 2009-33. ‘Two Opinions’ by Emma Kemp and Christopher Murray in ‘Black and White in the Grey Area‘ at Wolstenholme Projects 21-31 August 2009
One of several interesting works in the latest show. You can get close up and look into the eyes of the sculpted heads to see whats inside. looks like these two guys had differing opinions, maybe even a tug of war judging by all that rope.
Also drop in on Saturday 29 August from 12noon – 18.00, for special event as David Lakein, in association with Fools Proof Theatre, will bring the exhibition to life with an exciting workshop in composition and performance.
A contemporary collaborative exhibition between Nottingham based studio group Backlit and Liverpool studio group Wolstenholme Projects. Backlit bring Black and White a literal aesthetic exploration of the colours black and white to Wolstenholme Projects who conceptually investigate the concept of grey. Black and White in the Grey Area fuses the two approaches in an exhibition spanning over two gallery levels.
Curated by Beth Shapeero, Tracey McMaster and Emma Kemp.
Blacklit: Andrew Brookfield, Rachel Eite, Ashley Gallant, Jennifer Hackett, Jessica Hayes-Gill, Tracey McMaster, Amy Pierpoint, Chrissy Perez, Charlotte Pratley, Simon Raven, Beth Shapeero, Dora Winstone, Daniella Wood
Wolstenholme: Lawrence Blackman, Jason Bold, Mike Costigan, Patrick Gould, Emma Jean Kemp, David Lakein, Joel Ava Makinson, Chris Murray
Opens: Friday – Sunday 12noon – 18.00 and Monday 31 August 12.00 – 18.00