Darren Nixon is a painter who uses what he paints as building materials for a shifting set of constructions. The resultant objects consider the ways in which ideas and images are affected by the media in which they find their expression. Working largely with the tools and materials of a painter whilst incorporating strategies more commonly associated with other practices, Nixon looks at how the varying moments of creative decision making in each media force shifts in intention and meaning as a piece of work develops. As interested in the failures of process as he is in any successes, Nixon treats each part of the painting and construction process as an event, which can be delayed or manipulated in ways which ultimately shift and distort the original direction of a piece.
|Location||Manchester, North West|
|Artforms / type of project||Installation, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture|
|Tags||painting, sculpture, multi media, conceptual, cardboard, mixed media, site responsive|
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24/08/2015 – 06/09/2015
A facebook intervention hosted by Adam 'Monty' Renshaw. Preview 23/08/15 6pm. Viewable thereafter on Monty's pages from 10 - 6 Tues-Sun until 06/09/15. Viewing by request after this date.