Every month, Grizzly Grizzly posits questions to our exhibiting artists. These are big picture questions, designed to give context to their work and working process. This month, we have made the decision to include two texts that feature in the publication that accompanies Victoria Lucas’ show ‘Interruptions’. The Introduction is written by Grizzly Grizzly co-curator, […]Read more "Notes on April Speak Speak"
Genuine stillness is… the stillness of a weight on the end of a pendulum that has barely stopped swinging and is still vibrating imperceptibly. It is the stillness of time in the instant… It is this stillness things dream of, it is this stillness we dream of …the highest point of drama.[i] The presence of […]Read more "Absence as Landmark/Vacancy as Monument"
The place around us is shifting. There is never just one sense of time that prevails – especially in the art-making process. What the audience sees in the gallery is the result of a constellation of objects, images, ideas, and sounds that push and pull against each other for meaning. The best artists allow for […]Read more "April 2013: Victoria Lucas, ‘Interruptions’"