Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible

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Abstract

Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible, an exhibition curated for the Djanogly Art Gallery, Nottingham, by Dr. Richard Davey, which brought together four artists - Duncan Bullen, Jane Bustin, Rebecca Partridge, and Richard Kenton Webb - who each are making a distinctive contribution to the exploration of colour and its capacity to connect us with sensations or experience which lie beyond ordinary sensory perception. Bullen contributed eight drawings for the exhibition and the accompanying publication contains a forward by Professor Judith Mottram and an essay by Davey, as well as ‘Colour Conversations’ between each of the four artists and Davey. Further drawings from the series were exhibited in ‘From Art School to University, Art and Design at Brighton 1859-2009’, University of Brighton
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNottingham, UK
PublisherDjanogly Gallery, Nottingham University
Publication statusPublished - 14 Nov 2008
EventFiguring Light: Colour and the Intangible - Djanogly Gallery, Univeristy of Nottingham
Duration: 14 Nov 2008 → …

Bibliographical note

Pieces from the Drawing Light series were exhibited at the following: Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible. 14 November2008 -18 January 2009 Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham University. Curated by Dr.Richard Davey From Art School to University, Art and Design at Brighton 1859-2009 Selected pieces from the Figuring Light series appear in the following publications: Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible. ISBN 978-1-900809-56-6 52 pages Introduction: Being Serious About Colour – Professor Judith Mottram. Text Figuring Light: Colour and the Intangible – Dr Richard Davey. Colour Conversation – Duncan Bullen & Richard Davey. Published by Djanogly Gallery 2008

Keywords

  • Drawing
  • colour
  • light
  • fine art
  • contemporary art
  • printmaking
  • Figuring Light
  • Dr Richard Davey

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