Christina looking for a response at St Albans gallery
WALKING the line for a fortnight from next Thursday, July 30, will be Christina Bryant, who won the Margaret Harvey Gallery open exhibition last year. Christina will be exhibiting at the gallery which is part of the University of Herts faculty of law in H
WALKING the line for a fortnight from next Thursday, July 30, will be Christina Bryant, who won the Margaret Harvey Gallery open exhibition last year.
Christina will be exhibiting at the gallery which is part of the University of Herts faculty of law in Hatfield Road, St Albans, until Saturday, August 15.
Concerned with the medium of drawing, she explores the use of line to map everyday, human environments. By creating new site-responsive drawings and installations which visitors can walk into, she attempts to chart the unreachable space of illusion and imagination.
At the opening Christina will conduct a performance in which she will continue her enquiry into how line can be used to record space and time. She will be encased in a protective house constructed of translucent fabric which is a recurring motif in her work.
As well as her site-responsive work, the exhibition will also include the "skins" of her protective houses from past performances.
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