A group exhibition at the CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery & 2020 Art Gallery running from Friday 6th – 31st January 2012.
Why do certain artists choose to follow traditional methods of creating art, while others feel free to make videos, performance and installation?
Is there a place for tradition within contemporary practice, or has today’s cutting edge art lost sight of skill and craft?
While a love for tradition may hold back certain artists from exploring new syntaxes, does the freedom to create anything in any way mean that contemporary art is being made in a vacuum? Or are both directions simply differing “intensities” of creation?
This exhibition seeks to explore the various artistic positions that artists have taken and why.
Featuring artists including; Dermot Browne, Gavin Hogg, Owen Llewellyn & Kelly Ratchford
6th - 31st January
Tues - Sat
11am - 6pm