Exhibition

Background Studies, Hues of Labour by James Smith – Exhibition and Walk/Talk

From: 2nd November 2019 10:00 am

To: 24th November 2019 4:00 pm

Fermynwoods Contemporary Art

The Arches, Top Lodge, Fineshade Wood, Near Corby, NN17 3BB

A new exhibition of work in progress focussing on the independent intensity of colour, with its artificial and intrusive qualities found within working rural land.

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Fermynwoods Associate Artist James Smith has been exploring Fineshade Wood to understand the Forestry Commission’s pragmatic and logical reasoning of spot marking trees for removal due to disease, native classification and plantation cycles.

Background Studies, Hues of Labour is a guest exhibition of work in progress focussing on the independent intensity of colour, with its artificial and intrusive qualities found within working rural land. These hues amplify and isolate the identities and relationships of forms and structures encountered in the observers’ foreground. Viewed together they represent the collective background and a strategy of guidance, orientation and warning.

James will give visitors an informal introduction to the work with a walk and talk event.

James Smith’s photographic practice studies the ways in which post-war politics have been inscribed into the English landscape. The work is considered and represented through the identities of form and structure (Tactics), underpinned by a debate regarding the architecture of territory (Strategy) and the inherent projection of politics – Power, Class and Labour.

James Smith
Exhibition
From 2 November
10am – 4pm daily

The Arches
Top Lodge
Fineshade Wood
Near Corby
NN17 3BB

Launch event
Saturday 2 November
Midday – 1pm
Walk and Talk with James Smith

Website

http://fermynwoods.org/background-studies-hues-of-labour/

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