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INTERMEDIATE INTERACTIONS, an upcoming collaborative exhibition by Olivia Turner and William Braithwaite, compares how two artists view and represent very similar subjects in their works.
Focusing on the architectural legacy of Brutalism, conceived as a utopian form that emphasised the raw nature of manufactured materials – concrete, metal and glass, Olivia and William explore the characteristics of Brutalist buildings and the plastic nature of the concrete forms the style produced, these are then integrated into their work; paintings and sculpture which have geometry and structure at their core.
If you would like to attend the private view on Thursday 17th September at The Foundry Gallery please email the gallery so we have an idea of numbers to accommodate. If you are unable to make the private view or would rather visit the gallery when it is less busy then the gallery will be open on Saturday 19th from 3-6, booking isn’t needed. We are looking forward to welcoming you back to The Foundry Gallery.