curwen gallery london 30th april-6th june 1992
|Chant: Spin 31.3 x 33.7 x 7 cm acrylic, oil stains, earth, reflective paint on wood||Reternal 1: Read As Text (1991) 212 x 91.5 cm acrylic, plaster, seeds, earth, banging, etching varnish, wood stains, god leaf. computer parts on wood.||Reternal 2: Silenty-Gliding Rising (1991) 65.5 x 65.5 cm Acrylic, plaster, copper, gold leaf, feather on wood.|
ian walton (text!):
|Keening Place (1992) 142 x 225 cm roofing compound, paper, varnish,acrylics, wood||Tree with Lights In (1992) 114.2 x 122.5 cm roofing compound, varnish, graphite on canvas on wood||Remains (1991) 179 x 122 cm P.V.A., roofing compound, oil colour, varnish on canvas on wood|
is in the details"
is lost, nothing is created everything is transformed"
is rich, but the inexhaustible wealth of nature. She shows only surfaces
but she is a million fathoms deep."
the natural distance between two or more things existing in a continuity
the space delineated by posts and screens ( rooms the natural pause or
interval between two or more phenomena occurring continuity.
is often hidden sometimes overcome seldom extinguished."
may be called complete and perfect when it seems to be nature."
do I make of all the textures. What does it mean about the kind of world
in which I have been set down?
all images / text reproduced with kind permission of russell mills and ian walton. very special thanks to mike moran for all the scans and transcriptions.