Monday, 6 July 2009

Mon 6th June: Bold Tendencies

Last Tuesday I got to see the sunset from a very different perspective than my usual North London vantage, infact it was the polar opposite from Peckham.  Gallerist Hannah Barry has curated a sculpture exhibition on the roof of a multi-storey car park.  The works are site specific and a few employ the use of the sunlight that directly hits the space.  Here are Sam Nia's live-edge screen-printed perspex sculptures which seem to change colour as you walk around each facet.  Once the sun has disappeared behind the London Eye, the sculptures light up and take on another glowing dimension.  
The show is on till Sept 30th so make time to get in the elevator to the top floor of this NCP to check out the next generation of sculpture................

1 comment:

stephanie said...

This show never fails to impress me- here at jotta, we followed the making of Theo Turpin's sculpture. Watch the video here: