Gareth Brighton Gaby Montejo Jason Ware

Gareth Brighton Gaby Montejo Jason Ware

Showing 17th April 2024 - 4th May 2024

Exhibition Information

Gareth Brighton Gaby Montejo Jason Ware - Gareth Brighton Gaby Montejo Jason Ware

Gareth Brighton
Plasma
This series of new painted works are created by smearing, pouring, stomping,
hammering and screwing. Exploring the all over surface and sense of physical
impact associated with the Abstract Expressionist painters, while injecting
some material normally unfamiliar to the picture plain.

 

Gaby Montejo
Plasma
Gaby Montejo approaches art through photo, sound, interviews, and
temporary installation often with performative actions.  The work often
explores democracy and hierarchy in a way where the finished work is
consumed or destroyed during the process of making. Whilst exhibiting
internationally, Gaby stays pivotal in the social initiatives and collaborative
interventions of Christchurch. Born to Cuban parents, Gaby attended art
schools in Australia and America and moved to Ōtautahi/Christchurch in
2006.
A vulnerable venture for a colour-blind person learning to trust the eye when it
comes to flat images; after a 25 year practise involving experiential sculpture
and extended media.
This current series reflects on awkward life events and side-hustles.
There are undercurrents of human magnetism here, within the language of
collage… an act of theft, butchery, and rebirth.

Jason Ware

Plasma – Fake power

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