Selma Parlour’s machine code

Technology has caught up with Selma Parlour. The abstract painter has long made work which looks to be modelled on screen and then machined onto the linen which she favours. Now she has accessed three actual ‘machines’ to augment her brush and add a further conceptual dimension to her explorations of non-referential form, luminous colour, precision draftsmanship, pictorial language, and flatness.

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The first institutional exhibition dedicated to the legacy of the pioneering visual experimental artist, Carolee Schneemann, since her death

Taking the influential work of the late American artist Carolee Schneemann (1939–2019) as a point of departure, Up to and Including Limits: After Carolee Schneemann, illuminates how Schneemann’s artistic legacy resonates in the work of generations of artists succeeding her.

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