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Trace-Retrace: a body of reproducible collages with reference to time, place and memory

Lookup NU author(s): Professor Christopher Jones

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Abstract

“Trace-Retrace” explores the potential of combinations of collage and image reproduction to form pictorial analogues of models of memory that are based on conventions of fragmented and discontinuous time. It uses a response to place as a focus for these explorations, namely to the site of the Kyoto apartment block, now demolished, in which Jones lived during his time in Japan 1987-89. The project is being carried out in two phases: March-June 2006 a series of work was made during a period of residency as Guest Artist at Kyoto Art Centre, Japan and was exhibited at the Centre’s North Gallery. The second phase is currently being undertaken in the U.K. and will lead to the exhibition of a series of reproducible collages at Northern Print, Newcastle in May 2007.


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Artist(s): Jones C

Publication type: Exhibition

Publication status: Published

Year: 2006

Number of Pieces: 11

Venue: Art Centre’s North Gallery; Northern Print

Location: Kyoto 30 April - 28 May 2006; Newcastle 10 May - 1 July 2007

Source Publication Date: 01-05-2007

Media of Output: Collage: photographs oil paint on steel plate, Print assemblages combining etching, silkscreen and digital print on paper

Notes: The project is supported by the AHRC, Arts Council England, Kyoto Arts Centre and Northern Print.


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