Georgina Pollard presents Song, Sung. These paintings are made from house paint that is poured in drips to make a self-supporting fabric. Patterns are choreographed, put into motion, and fall apart as the flow of time slows down. The repetition of pouring paint prepares a ground for each moment to articulate itself whilst maintaining a connection with the past and the future.
Sublimation is reproduction; painting is reproduction. Painting feels so good because it is reproduction. Paint needs to be reproduced, which is why it feels so good. Paint will reproduce if it can, regardless of moral intention. There is no moral intention, only the intention to reproduce.
Song, Sung (2014) 1.1m x 2.4m. House-paint and curtain fabric.
Eco Spirit Exhibition – 1-5pm 6th April 2014 – Morton House Woodford – Guest Curation by Jacquelene Drinkall