Installation for Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
A question rehearsed by RUN.
5th Anniversary Exhibition, London – 2010.
Workout. By David Barnett
A Digital Response to the Body & Machine Over Five Sessions, Session 4.
, London – 2009.
Process Projects Process Archive Protospective.
Galerie Fortlaan 17
, Ghent – 2006.
A piece constructed without slippage simply for the demonstration of the keeper/curators lack of skills attempting to translate, interpret, unravel, deconstruct, reference, a work which explains itself, reinterprets, reconfigures and reassembles itself without slippage. A composition in 37 parts, each part the part of the part that preceded it. The parts made up from parts of other parts of the adjacent parts. This 37 part piece of art parts is presented, displayed, installed, positioned and placed in part with the other parts as part of a much larger part of a greater piece of part art. Part art is the new art, made of parts of other art parts.
Process Projects Process Archive 1966 – 2006.
, London – 2006.
A six week process-spective ending on the same day and in the same street that McLean held his King for a Day, one-day retrospective at the Tate Gallery in 1972. During this time CHELSEA Space acted as a container for a collection of archives, films, posters, notebooks, paintings, proposals, drawings, prints, slides, ceramics, audiotapes, photographs, models, invitation cards, press cuttings, plans, objects and ephemera spanning four decades. At intervals across the six week period McLean unpacked elements from this collection, looked at them, discussed them, installed them, performed them, projected them, re-maked them, ordered them, and re-ordered them, hid them, listened to them, un-installed them and repacked them. Process Progress Project Archive, a series of prospective open conversations in a constantly changing and unfinished installation.
View images from the show: here
Dark Garden Paintings.
A Series of fifty large paintings responding to climatic changes – 2006/09.