ALPHA, BETA, CARTA An exhibition of words in maps
7th March – 11th May 2014
Parc culturel de Rentilly, 1 Rue l'Étang - 77600 Bussy-Saint-Martin, Paris
The exhibition alpha, beta, carta, has a thirty artists offering variations on words in maps.
Some have created a work for the occasion whilst others obeyed this constraint without knowing it.
Texts form a map, letters distort or encompass areas, paint erases places, and words become more pixels...
All maps are talking. As essential as the soundtrack of a movie, their expression deserves to be rediscovered.
Curated by Guillaume Monsaingeon and designed by Oucarpo
WALK ON 40 years of Art Walking
12th April– 9th August 2014
The Atkinson, Lord Street, Southporth, PR8 1DB
Steeped in the tradition of landscape art, walking has been at the heart of many art practices and performances for decades now.
This exhibition, focusing on artists’ walks and journeys both literal and metaphorical, is the first to examine the astonishingly varied ways
in which artists since the late 1960s have used what would seem like a universal act – of taking a walk – as a means to create new types of art.
An Art Circuit Touring Exhibition, supported by ACE and LEADER
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery 19 September – 12 December 2014
JUNIOR A GPS drawing on water measuring one kilometre from his head to his bottom.
A performance about Scale 1:1 and the fold of the map
MY GHOST 2000-2012 London GPS Map
1:100,000 scale edition of 10- Available from TAG Fine Arts and Tim Bryars Ltd
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