Domain_Material Presents: Reference Point

Amy Gillies and Chloe Hurst 

Thurs 20 Feb – Sun 1 March 2020

Private View: 20 Feb 6-8pm. This event includes a performance at 7.30pm. Please RSVP HERE

Artist’s Talk: Saturday 29 Feb at 2.30pm 

Reference Point is the culmination of a 6-week residency by Amy Gillies and Chloe Hurst at One Paved Court. The exhibition includes projection, painting, embroidery, print and performance.

How do we collect and mediate information? The artists have explored this theme through a research-based project that began by investigating various individual testimonies: Stanley William Renwick, a surgical appliance maker and former inhabitant of One Paved Court,  Donald Ward, a poet, and Joseph McQueen a union mineworker, antecedents of Amy and Chloe respectively.  The artists have spent the six week residency developing the material into an exhibition that questions how we receive, perceive and understand information and the political implications of these questions.

Reference Point explores the variety of ways that artists can interpret data, imagery and sound to create new work, expanding the methods with which we communicate narratives.

Amy Gillies and Chloe Hurst have produced Reference Point in collaboration with The II Platform (Andria Kyriakidou and Shahrzad Jahan), Bronwen Sharp and Maria Celina Val.

Amy Gillies recently completed an MFA in Fine Art from Kingston School of Art, where she also studied a BA Hons in Fine Art and Art History. Since graduating, Amy has exhibited at the Solace Summit 2019 in Birmingham with Shared Press. She lives and works in London.

Chloe Hurst is the founder of Articulate, a monthly Spoken Word evening based in Bermondsey.  She graduated from Kingston School of Art with an MA in Art & Space in 2018 and from Cambridge School of Art with BA Hons Fine Art in 2017. Recently Chloe has shown work as part of kut ArtBook Fair.  She lives and works in London.