Hosted at Gallery @49, Bracknell, by our friends at ReOrsa, the show has a diverse range of contemporary art work by twelve artists.
|Street view - 'Eavesdropping I and II'|
In this shot the feral pigeons reflected in the window are lining up on the office block across the Broadway to get a birds-eye view of the work
|'Eavesdropping I and II', with Feral Pigeons|
The show includes photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The show was curated by Robert Fitzmaurice a member of the arjeea21 steering group. Artists were invited to submit work for selection on the theme of 'searching, always', exploring the concept of searching, yearning for something as yet unformed or unnamed. My three submitted works reflect on the elusiveness of meaning and how we tend to seek meaning, order and design even within structures derived at random.
|Some of Ingrid Jensen's sudoku book drawings|
mounted on the window
The redevelopment of Bracknell town centre will mark the end of ReOrsa's tenure of this excellent studio and exhibition space at Gallery@49. The artists have to leave the premises in the next few weeks before it is bulldozed to make way for the new shopping centre. Let's hope they find suitable alternative accommodation soon.
|When I arrived, this chap was waiting in the cold for the exhibition to open.|
|Works, l-r, by Paul Vought, Ksenija Krotin, Gerhard Bissell, Jerry Lunn, Lesley Brown, Roxana Tohaneanu Shields, Christopher Hunt, and Gill Goodwin|
|Works by Christopher Hunt, Jerry Lunn, Gill Goodwin, Robert Fitzmaurice and Ingrid Jensen|