Julian RoweArtist, Maker, Film-maker, Writer
My practice is a form of cultural archaeology, seeking contemporary resonances and metaphors in the ideas and cultural baggage of the past. It is a practice in which painting, sculptural techniques, modelmaking and video all play significant roles. I have a particular interest in the language of the miniature and its relationship to Romantic and postmodern theories of the sublime.
|Location||Lamberhurst, South East|
|Activities||Practice-based research, Public art, Private commissions, Creative writing, Film-making|
|Artforms / type of project||Film & Video, Installation, Painting, Public Art, Sculpture|
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I'd still like to see the Governor ...
28/08/2014 – 04/09/2014
Brewery Tap, 53 Tontine Street, Folkestone, Kent CT20 1JR
Another opportunity to view Julian Rowe and Steph Goodger's successful 2012 show, exploring two Victorian projects for the containment of the criminal underclass.