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Press release for Doubleuse at The Nunnery Gallery, group show featuring Caragh Thuring.
Doubleuse brings together contemporary practitioners who continue to draw on painting as a useful and functioning context, despite and because of its inherited difficulties. rodbarton.com
The artists in Hypersurface accelerate the prescribed languages of hand-made paintings and objects (or painted objects) by acknowledging their relationship to virtual and digital media. These artists make object/paintings in the understanding that the â€˜non-spaceâ€™ of the flat world of the computer screen and virtual terminal creates a complex relationship with the artist making and the object made in physical space. maxwigram.com
Imaginary Realities: Constructed Worlds in Abstract and Figurative Painting brings together 14 contemporary artists who employ the constantly expanding language of painting to build imaginary spaces that viewers are invited to enter, and to orientate and perhaps lose themselves within. lounge-gallery.com
Caragh Thuring â€“ Superscope, group show at Lounge, London.
Superscope seeks to reinvigorate 'end-game' reductive painting by exploding the medium of paint outwards. Within this re-contextualisation (which acknowledges the recent histories of â€˜support/surfaceâ€™ and â€˜postprocessâ€™ painting) the artists here both reference and challenge what it â€˜meansâ€™ to construct a painting within the framework of a â€˜layer upon layerâ€™ activity. blowdelabarra.com
Caragh Thuring at Blow de la Barra gallery, London v22ashwinstreet.com
Selected works by Caragh Thuring -
During a visit to Caragh Thuringâ€™s studio I was fascinated by an object she asked me to hold as she manoeuvred a large painting into position for my appraisal. It was a piece of paper about five feet long and one foot wide on which had been stuck, in rows resembling hieroglyphs, numerous photographic oddments culled from various sources and annotated with pencil, paint etc. commentart.com
Information on Caragh Thuringâ€™s participation in the group show Doubleuse at The Nunnery Gallery, London