Sunday, 4 July 2010

⸬ now it feels and it should be

a new show at the Tap:
now it feels as it should be:

a large green cube vibrates:
 the sounds of place:
this place, your place:

the superb Vibe Cube, 
allows us to feel the sounds donated by anyone, everyone:
without visual reference, the vibrations of the cube
expand sensory imaginings:
we loved the feeling of sounds from near our home:
another sound from the winch room:
robotic sculptures by Mark Davey:
moving lights arc and scrape as we look up:
around the rim, we crane to see:
while a ghostly shape moves up and down:
light is usually a beacon:
here it disturbs and unnerves:
at first these lights by Eva Rudlinger 
shine like stars:
she told me it's a map of dense light pollution,
as seen from the sky above:
from a satellite that fuels the need for information:
'piss poorly' by Edward Morris:
yellow shapes and intricate biro lines:
feel the tension in that thin channel:
dark repetitive lines & shadow:
'hyperchondria'#3 {detail}
those niggling
pains like evil eyes:
blood red ink and pen in spiky swathe:
as we talk and look, Ann Harvey performs:
her mask breathes as she draws on the walls:
face hidden, a small light shining:
our pick of the show:
a moment in time, captured in graphite:
drawn and isolated:
no context, no background:
just white paper:
floating or falling?
suspended in time:
things are not quite as they should be:

go see > until 23rd July

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