New Art Highlights
2 - 8 October 2017
New Art Highlights of the week from Axisweb includes: Steve Dutton, John Vincent, jojo taylor and Helen Dryden
only numbers count, 2017 by Steve Dutton
This work was made following an invitation by artist/curator Andrew Bracey. The Broadcaster project consists of two permanent notice boards located outside converted Chapels in villages in rural Lincolnshire; Waddington and Wellingore. The aim is to develop and disseminate contemporary art in the everyday. By using established means, an innovative model of the distribution/dissemination of challenging/innovative art will be created in Lincolnshire. Both boards are situated on the Viking Way which is a heritage footpath extending through the County and is a destination for many national and international visitors, particularly during the summer months.
Panic Attack, 2017 by John Vincent
HD Video, 8mins 39secs, 2017
A woman seeks escape from her life as it spirals out of control seemingly influenced by a sinister suit and the emergence of an avian alter-ego.
A short film inspired by the 1955 film Dementia (Aka Daughter Of Horror).
Written By John Vincent & Myriam Mégharbi
Featuring Myriam Mégharbi & James Thackway
Video and Audio Shot, Directed & Edited By John Vincent
Open Day, 2017 by jojo taylor
Open Day is a film based on real life stories of altered states of consciousness.
TEAM MATE MEAT, 2017 by Helen Dryden
Painting, acrylic and mixed media on canvas (oil pastel, cotton, glue, marker).
Signed and dated on the reverse.