Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970
Gallery open from 10am - 5.30pm daily (excluding Sundays)
Paul Carter’s sculptural assemblages and immersive installations appear to exist somewhere between an activity of careful and obsessive collage and chaotic, incidental drifts of urban detritus and utilitarian construction materials. Responding to aspects of architectural space and the built environment, the artists urgent, functional re-ordering exists in a state of constant contradiction, dereliction and construction.
His work is often conceived under the unifying idea that everywhere is a kind of hotel, a place of exchange in which we are both the guests and the workers. Whether considering domestic, commercial or industrial spaces; luxurious splendour or low-rent dereliction, Carter suggests that all architectures are transitory constructs, acting as a functional service provision within our lives.
Opening Night Private View
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Artist Talk, Sat 20 Jun, 2.30pm, free
A talk about the exhibition and the artist’s wider practice.
An artists book, The Hotel of Paper Thin Walls, has been produced to accompany the exhibition, created by Paul Carter in collaboration with artist/designer Nick Davies in a limited edition of 45 copies available.
Price: £15 (+ £1.50 P&P*)