Exhibition of drawing in Bergen, Norway | Bisensual

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UWE Postgraduate Students,  Stephanie Black, Anwyl Cooper-Willis, Lynn Imperatore, Vicki Kaye, Jane Lee, Orla O’Carroll, Wendy Rhodes, Rebecca Teigland are taking part in BISENSUAL, an exhibition of drawing in Bergen, Norway!
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‘Explorations into sensory ambiguities form a starting point for the work of eight artists, based in Bristol UK, in an exhibition of drawings that reveals a varied approach to the medium and its practice.
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‘Kunsthøgskolen i Bergen, Vaskerelven 8, 5014 Bergen
9/1/2012 – 13/1/2012, 13:00 – 18:00
BISENSUAL 9 – 13 January 2012 Rom8, Bergen, Norway

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‘Explorations into sensory ambiguities form a starting point for the work of eight artists, based in Bristol UK, in an exhibition of drawings that reveals a varied approach to the medium and its practice. From investigative activity to observational acumen, works include a mix of hands­-on, digital and other multiple processes, with additional soundscape. Material and speculative engagement is subtly poised in this eclectic gathering of work with its surprising twists, and nuanced appreciation of directions in contemporary drawing. All eight artists follow discrete practices in which drawing is a primary concern, and are research practitioners at the School of Creative Arts, University of the West of England. They are contributors to the University’s Advanced Centre in Drawing (ACID).

‘For further information contact: John France, Convenor Advanced Centre in Drawing, Senior Lecturer Drawing and Applied Arts, UWE. Email: john.france@uwe.ac.uk

This information was taken from the Drawing Research Network.

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