Solo exhibition: a silence that never was. Gallery North, Newcastle, UK. February 2012.
|dc.contributor.author||Clark, Robert Casselton|
|dc.description||A Silence That Never Was, a large-scale solo exhibition, included some 250 individual works composed as a multiple-piece installation. See http://gn.northumbria.ac.uk/gn/exhibitions/robertcclark/ and http://gn.northumbria.ac.uk/gn/exhibitions/robertcclark/virtualtour The exhibition was reviewed in Peel Magazine: http://gn.northumbria.ac.uk/gn/gnpeel/rclarkreview11 The research installation built up a series of cross-associations between different creative genres, historic traditions and theoretical themes. A central narrative was built up from a series of some 150 A3 photographs overworked with paint and drawing. These formed a linear development like a series of film noir stills. A Silence That Never Was thus explored ideas derived form 20th century film and literature (the use of multiple overlapping narratives, cross-associational poetics, alter ego personas, flash-backs and dream sequences, juxtapositions of factual documentary and fictional reverie).||en|
|dc.title||Solo exhibition: a silence that never was. Gallery North, Newcastle, UK. February 2012.||en|