"Paper, Wall, Table and After" , Northumbria University, Gallery North: curators Sian Bowen and Chris DorsettPart 1 Paper, Table, Wall and After1st December 2014 - 23rd January 2015 Northumbria University Gallery NorthPart 2 Paper, Table, Wall and After and RE:fold30 November – 6 December 2015International Exhibition Hall, National Taiwan University of Arts, TaiwanPart 2 30th November 2015 - 6th December 2015

Sian Bowen, Chris Dorsett, Doris Rohr

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    "Paper, Wall, Table and After, Northumbria University, Gallery North is curated by Sian Bowen and Chris Dorsett. The exhibition of works on paper investigates the provisional and shifting status of art making and purposes. The invited audience consists of 38 artists who have worked with Paper Studio Northumbria during the last three years. The exhibition invited audience participation, and was accompanied by a day of events, talks and performances. "Paper Studio Northumbria (PSN) provides a unique facility nationally and internationally for the research, teaching and scholarship of paper in relation to fine art, conservation and archiving. Importantly it is a platform for an exchange of ideas that transforms the processes of making and exhibiting into research-rich activities. By providing tables as well as gallery walls the curators offer exhibition visitors artworks that can be shuffled, picked up, and examined in a manner that underlines the artefactual status of paper" (from Press Release)Paper, Table, Wall and After, curated by Siân Bowen and Chris Dorsett, was of work by 38 invited artists who, over the preceding four year period, had contributed to the research and teaching at Paper Studio Northumbria – PSN. These included staff from Fine Art, Paper Conservation and Critical Theory; PhD candidates; Graduate and Associate Fellows; artists in residence; alumni; academic visitors; AA2A artists; and colleagues from DIT, Dublin, and Lancaster, Newcastle and Ulster Universities.(Source https://paperstudionorthumbria.wordpress.com/exhibitions/paper-table-wall-and-after-taiwan/)
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationNorthumbria University
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2014
    Event"Paper, Wall, Table and After" - Gallery North / Northumbria University, Newcastle on Tyne
    Duration: 1 Dec 201423 Jan 2015

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    Northumbria
    Exhibition Hall
    Art
    Taiwan
    Wallpaper
    Artist
    Conservation
    Fine Arts
    Teaching
    Press Releases
    Staff
    Critical Theory
    Archiving
    Dublin
    Audience Participation
    Artwork
    Exchange of Ideas
    Artist-in-residence
    Ulster
    Newcastle

    Keywords

    • drawing
    • paper
    • ephemeral
    • material
    • conservation
    • audiences
    • participation
    • creativity
    • ecology

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