Monday, 21 May 2012

Will Kendrick, 'Trichromacy' @ Elements Artspace, The Old Pumping Station, Midland Road, Bath, UK

Abstraktion's first exhibition has just finished, introducing Will Kendrick. This is an exciting show of this young artist recently graduated from Bath School of Art and Design at Bath Spa University. 'Tricomacy' is how humans, bees and monkeys and a few other animals see differentiate colours. Colour is a complex subject and is inextricably linked to taste and taste is linked to survival. These are interesting works exploring colour in their cross-disciplinary platform, from painting with resin, installation, found objects and corrupted video file projection. The works are reminiscent of diverse artists such as Pollock, Benglis and Flavin.
Upper Room: Will Kendrick, 'Circle painting 3', Resin, 2011

Will Kendrick, 'Circle painting 3', Resin, 2011

Will Kendrick, 'Data Drip' Corrupted video file projection

Will Kendrick, 'Stereotone' perforated steel and resin, 2010

Will kendrick, 'Pornament' Resin, spraypaint, found object, lacquer on going series

Will Kendrick, 'Trichromatic,' mixed media light installation, 2012

Will Kendrick, 'Trichromatic,' mixed media light installation, 2012

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