Monthly Archives: February 2016

Phil Burman

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Out of the woods

New sculptures and paintings developed from the common theme of woodlands.
Whilst my sculptures are an abstract exploration of wooded landscape and the underlying terrain, the paintings are a record of my emotional responses to woods and forests.

Lou Hazelwood

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Part Coded and the Bi-visual

Having had an Arts Council grant and a  year to research Victorian Children’s Magic Lantern Slides and their proposed (by the artist) embedded ethics and moral values of The Empire,  Lou Hazelwood presents a multi media show. Showing large scale photographic prints, acrylic slides, showcasing results of a chemical process based investigation with the support of Dr Mark Lorch and the Chemistry department at Hull University. She has also worked with artist and designer Phil Ratcliffe to model some modern viewing machines, referencing old technologies and using Instagram’s toy projector ‘The Projecteo”

If you are interested in image making, art and science crossover, lens based processes and historical viewing machines then this is the show for you.

WATCH THE VIDEO

Part Coded and the Bi-Visual 2015 promo from lou hazelwood on Vimeo.

A film by Andrew Quinn of part way through the project at the exhibition (still in progress) Part Coded and the Bi-Visual at KAG Gallery, Humber Street, Hull, 2015.

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