The Possibility of Everything

CMR, Royal Circus Buildings, Back Lane West, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 2BT

gallerycmr@gmail.com
http://www.c-m-r.org/current.html

Saturday 24 October 2015 – Sunday 01 November 2015
Daily
Opening Hours: 10 am - 5pm

Workshop

Drop in Family workshops
27, 29, 31 Oct 2pm -4pm
5 per family

An exhibition by Project V The Possibility of Everything is an investigation into the possibilities of materiality and process through Drawing, Painting, Photography and Time Based Media. Five artists will be exploring shared themes and parallels between creative, psychological and environmental territories.

The exhibition takes the form of a week long residency at CMR, where the group will be responding to existing work, the gallery space and the local area, culminating in an evening social event on Friday 30th 0ctober.

Focus is placed on the transformation of materials, which include the everyday, domestic as well as processes or tools of "specialist" status, such as the painter's pigments or surgeon's scalpel, revealing how these materials might be transformed by means of imagination, subversion, gesture or performance.

Curated by Peggy Cozzi, this is an inaugural exhibition by Project V who are five recent MA graduates from the Arts University Bournemouth, Larissa Bone Peggy Cozzi Jenny Pritchard Nikki Taylor Monica Thompson.

Artists will be in residence daily for informal talks and discussions with visitors to the gallery And will be running a series of related Family workshops on the following dates:

Tuesday 27th October 14.00 - 16.00 : Experimental Painting Thursday 29th October 14.00 - 16.00 : Elements of Still Life Saturday 31st October 14.00 - 16.00 : Textural Monoprints

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