From Absorb to Zoom: An Alphabet of Actions in the Women's Art Library, my site-specific installation of digital prints with content derived from the Women's Art Library, will be on view at Goldsmiths College from 2 - 30 March, 2015.
In tandem with the project, I am inviting selected artists with documentation in the WAL archive to send me images of recent work to feature on this project blog.
Sharon Hall describes her painting process:
My work explores ideas around colour interaction, both as a vehicle for representation and as a concrete thing-in-itself. The paintings are both autonomous, and also invite the possibility of ensemble installation and interaction with architecture; while they examine certain aspects of inherited modernist forms these are ‘repurposed’ in a new way.
|In Part Stacked Painting, oil on gesso on linen, 60 x 30 cm, 2014
|Colour in Place (Il Colore nei Luoghi), Palazzo del Podestà, Pescia, Italy, 2013
Sequence Diptych, Roma oil on linen, 40 x 65 cm, 2014