The Palimpsest in the Landscape

Surridge, Mark (2014) The Palimpsest in the Landscape. The Palimpsest in the Landscape, n/a. ISSN n/a (Submitted)

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I am drawn to traces, signs and veils in the landscape, these are re imagined, like psychological excavations. The sites are ‘mapped’, remembered and transformed into works of ‘equivalence of experience’. The recent paintings suggest aspects of archaeology; images appear half excavated in the paint, revealing hidden codes and syntaxes. Some of the canvases are divided into two parts, suggesting the passing of accumulated time or the movement of an ultra violet scanning device, searching for meaning.

Item Type: Article
ISSN: n/a
Subjects: Writing & Journalism
Depositing User: Mark Surridge
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2017 13:54
Last Modified: 11 Nov 2022 16:32


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