Linda Hemmersbach and James Field: Deep Time at Old Bank Residency

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Deep Time: An Exhibition by Linda Hemmersbach and James Field at The Old Bank Residency
Linda Hemmersbach

Deep Time: An Exhibition by Linda Hemmersbach and James Field at Old Bank Residency, Manchester 20 May — 14 June 2019 Entrance is free

Deep Time, located in Old Bank Residency’s main exhibition space, Vestibule Gallery, is an exhibition and collaboration between artist Linda Hemmersbach and percussionist James Field, exploring the possibilities of painting through animation, sound, and site-specific installation. Inspired by a recent journey to Assynt in the Scottish Highlands, the works explore notions of geological time and movement of the earth, and ancient landscapes.

Throughout the exhibition, a sense of shifting and moving of elements is implied through the use of multi-part compositional structures and arrangements. Subtle dualities within the work suggest fragmentation and continuity, fluidity and solidity, immediacy and the ungraspable, evoking a psychological and atmospheric space.

Deep Time: An Exhibition by Linda Hemmersbach and James Field at Old Bank Residency, Manchester 20 May — 14 June 2019 Entrance is free

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