GRAHAM GUSSIN FILMS

I suppose I became more interested in this when I curated a show called Nothing in It consists of going to a cinema and buying all of the tickets for a single performance so that no one can attend that performance. Sirenes is a Norway-based artist who, in , had her first solo exhibition in Oslo. Standing between the two monitors, the viewer becomes a conductor of time and space between the two scenes. It relates to a series of Neons I have made which declare or announce negatives, a neon sign usually designates the definite, these all designate the indefinite. You speak about a myriad of influences, in particular the sublime as exemplified in the paintings of Caspar David Friedrich. Ballard has described as the ‘internal landscape’,.

We use cookies on our website to improve your experience. I was interested in making a work for the landscape around Roche Court as there are many works placed within the grounds and I wanted to add to that without taking up space. I was looking at a lot of dematerialised works around that time and this informed my practice and resulted in me making some works which i may not have otherwise made. Standing between the two monitors, the viewer becomes a conductor of time and space between the two scenes. I will show a piece called Unseen Film. Alongside Any Object in the Universe Gussin shows a number of black and white line drawings. Doppelganger, investigates ideas of repetition and circularity whereby the artist attempts to see through the eyes of someone else. Could you talk us through the other work you will be showing in the exhibition?

Unseen Film

Projected on to one gussun is an image of the same room, empty but for a guwsin on a stand. Ballard has described as the ‘internal landscape’. In Fall gdaham deals very literally with the agitated state of expectation, Confronted by a large video projection of an unspectacular landscape the viewer stands on the edge of it waiting for something to happen, Suddenly the tranquility and emptiness of the landscape is disturbed by something falling dramatically out of the sky, shattering the still surface of a lake: The exhibition at the New Art Centre comprises new and recent works.

Within our minds all these different planes of spatial reality are intersecting. As familiar as the introductory credits for Pearl and Dean advertising that prepare audiences for the immersive space of cinema, they ask the viewer to think about location, about their position in time grwham space.

These take a long time to make, the marks being very dense in places, overall the image, if there is one, looks like some kind of terrain, its scale unknown.

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Sirenes is a Norway-based artist who, inhad her first solo exhibition in Oslo. By continuing to folms our site you agree to our use of cookies Continue Privacy Policy.

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There is also a large work on canvas titled Unresolved Material which is a kind of drawing as process and material work. But in fact it is, literally speaking, an illusion generated by our central nervous system. He is conscious that our perception and understanding of the world is manipulated and transformed by a complex layering of mass communications and consumer culture. We connect artists and audiences through investigative, collaborative and interdisciplinary artistic activities at our studios and beyond.

Film poster,by Graham Gussin. The piece looks simultaneously futuristic but also presents itself as a relic, something fossilised or petrified. The mobile itself becomes a literal play on suspension, floating above us like a cloud, its dark subject matter in stark contrast to its decorative form. He is grzham working on a new film project and is a lecturer at the Slade School of Fine Art. Lives and works in London. Standing between the two monitors, the viewer becomes a conductor of time and space between the two scenes.

He edited and displayed two film loops of the same scene, one slightly longer than the other so that one loop appears to wait for, or follow, the other: Graham Gussin lives and works gusisn London. Graham Fllms works across media, including drawing, film and installation. Ballard has described as the ‘internal landscape’, Any Filme in the Universe relates to a romantic tradition of landscape, together with the idea of a uropian gussi which is often explored in these types of science fiction.

Unseen Film | Graham Gussin

She has always been fascinated by colours. In the film David Bowie falls to earth.

Main menu additional Become a Member Shop. When did you first become interested in this idea of a latent presence, a sort of invisible hand if you will? Lisson Gallery is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition of work by Graham Gussin opening November 12th. It’s as much a virtual reality as the one the cyber people are working on While Gussin was in London, his doppelganger was to experience, as closely as possible, events that had taken place a year before.

Like the installation, these Drawings of Nothing and Nowhere explore how we experience space. A similar notion of slipping between two spaces underlies Any Object in the Universe.

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Using a rotating slide projection Gussin documents a trip he made through Iceland in So it’s a kind of closed loop, returning in and out of and being effected by two parallel spaces, an illusory space that becomes so powerful that it results in death’.

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I see the empty space as being a kind flms sculpture, it being a place of ugssin reception.

Alongside Any Object in the Universe Gussin shows a number of black and white line drawings. Photo by Charles Danby. Silver Form,by Graham Gussin. The viewer too is intrinsic to the work and inevitably becomes the doppelganger as he or she follows the logic of the work.

Find out more Sorry, no image available. States of mind seem to be the main subjects of Gussin’s work, conditions or states that might be, for example, associated with the sublime, the sense of awe and wonder that takes one out of oneself, But it is the failure to find the sublime moment that he appears to linger on.

I wanted to hint at the idea of something overcome, a momentary loss of perception in the landscape or even by the landscape and I wanted that to be only barely in evidence in the resulting photographs. It consists of going to a cinema and buying all of the tickets for a single performance so that no one can attend that performance. He then goes for a walk and slips into a previously unrecognised region within his geographic locality.

Tweet Share Reblog Pin. This has been made before at different venues. See all Art Now exhibitions. The other fictional space that influenced Gussin’s making of Any Object in the Universe is the sound- proofed capsule depicted in Nicolas Roeg’s film The Man Who Fell To Eartha capsule where, as Gussin describes it, ‘all sound is deadened and disappears Within that second or parallel space he dies, but somehow returns to tell the tale of his death in that space.

Rather than the violence we might associate with that genre, he conversely selects incidental, rather anonymous shots from the film, which would in fact be desolately beautiful if the viewer were unaware of their source. Can you give us a sneak preview of the work you will be creating for the event? He has been particularly influenced by science fiction, especially of the sort that presents a set of circumstances requiring resolution, such as H.