The online editorial and curatorial project for systems, non-
‘Open Construction’ at Eastbury Manor, Barking
14 to 24 March 2019
A Saturation Point project curated by Patrick Morrissey and Hanz Hancock.
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‘Open Construction’ presents the work of 14 artists whose work covers a range of activity but who are drawn together by their shared interest in geometric form, pattern and construction. The building that houses this work has, over four hundred years or so, been exposed to a variety of uses and has lost much of its original decorative scheme, although some evidence of it can be seen in the Painted Chamber. The building’s survival is remarkable, and the presence of the artists in its current incarnation reflects the changing nature of how we use and occupy our built environment.
Geometric, systems, minimalist and non-
Artists: Dominic Beattie, Felix Baudenbacher, Jyll Bradley, Daryl Brown, Will Cruikshank, Garry Doherty, Tim Ellis, Hanz Hancock, Stephen Jaques, Steve Lewis, Patrick Morrissey, Laurence Noga, Sarah Sparkes, Ian Thompson. Neil Zakiewicz
Daryl Brown Nothing to Fear
Will Cruikshank Three handles one spout. Six handles one spout
Tim Ellis United in different guises
Jyll Bradley Notes
Left: Stephen Jaques, Proteus. Right: Felix Baudenbacher, Seeing you in me
Steve Lewis Untitled sculpture
Neil Zakiewicz Paper work
Sarah Sparkes Telephone tunnels
Patrick Morrissey, Hanz Hancock, TQID series and Rotational Drawings
Dominic Beattie Studies for ceramic tiles