A couple of aerial views of Instrument Eight, with at the top Perry Kulper’s instrument on the left and mine on the right and above has Perry’s instrument in the foreground.
A few more images from the exhibition at Grand Parade in Brighton, showing some collaborative work with Perry Kulper (that features in our edition of Pamphlet Architecture – Fathoming the Unfathomable). I will post some pictures of the other work in the exhibition when I have time.
Some drawings by Chris Thurlbourne who has been making these composites that mix drawing and model for a number of years. Chris often collaborates with artist Barnabus Wetton, and builds up layers of drawing on paper and with steel wire, adding surface of colour on the paper and other materials on the parts that become model. I will see if I can post a few more another time.
The drawings are made as both studies to develop independent ideas and as early stages of projects.
Another piece from ARoS, this time a painting from the Danish artist Vilhelm Hammershoi, who painted a number of stunning interiors and views of Copenhagen (and Bloomsbury) capturing the full flatness and subtlety of Danish light (and London fog).