Breath | Nigel Rolfe at Green On Red Gallery


Breath | Nigel Rolfe at Green On Red Gallery
  1. Breath | Nigel Rolfe at Green On Red Gallery
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    14 September to 13 October Performance : Thursday, September 14, 7pm The Green On Red Gallery is excited to announce Breath, the 8th solo exhibition in the gallery of new works by the artist Nigel Rolfe. A set of relational works made recently in 2017 About inside and outside Insides and outsides How the world outside enters us How we seek to be and where to belong Where in the world Caught for breath In Performance making The agency of being and doing most often has four…
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14 September to 13 October Performance : Thursday, September 14, 7pm

The Green On Red Gallery is excited to announce Breath, the 8th solo exhibition in the gallery of new works by the artist Nigel Rolfe.

A set of relational works made recently in 2017 About inside and outside Insides and outsides How the world outside enters us How we seek to be and where to belong Where in the world Caught for breath

In Performance making The agency of being and doing most often has four representations:

Firstly the body as site is the instrument for actions. This located in place and across time.

Its afterlife which are perhaps threefold:

The residue of what is left in material terms, traces and remains and deposits.

Then the captured document as the photographic or filmic record – holding and marking – archiving moments…

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