Seeing Sense

Seeing Sense

By Judith North and Kate Proudman
One Paved Court, Feb 2020
Seeing Sense introduces a new series of oil paintings and sketches which explore the place of perspective in contemporary painting. In the work, perspective is seen as a metaphor and symbol for how we place ourselves and the viewer in the painting.

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Maquette

Out of Place

Out of Place Group Show

23 Jan – 3 Feb 2019

Artist’s Talk Sat 2 Feb 2.30pm

Participating Artists: Simon Darbey, Hanna ten Doornkaat, Judith North, Kate Proudman, Robinson & McMahon, Paul Smith and Charmaine Stimson.

Eight artists each make work as a direct response to the space at One Paved Court, whether to its location, its history, its current role or to the fabric of the building itself.

In Out of Place, Kate explores the process of change undergone by the building that houses One Paved Court Gallery, and how this is articulated through what has been concealed and revealed. She draws our attention to the way an architect can inform our understanding of the history of a building, and with these works specifically the blocked archway.

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stairway at one paved court gallery

Means of Escape

Means of Escape

Installation: Collaboration and featuring the work of Laylee Ng
The Toynbee Hall, Whitechapel, Mar 2010