The London Open 2015 Q&A with artist Jane Bustin.

I make abstract formal compositions reflecting on modernism and materiality. & I take influences from 14th century frescos, 15th century Dutch painting, iconography, modernist architecture and design, French modernist literature, dance, fabrics, books, hardware stores, Japanese ceramics, neon signs, cosmetics, sweet wrappers …

My main interest is to create a resonance within the work that goes beyond its material properties.

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Anatole Notes (part 1) by Jane Bustin at Testbed 1 Private View: Wednesday 29 August 2012

Bustin’s reflections on his texts attempt to combine the written words with visual equivalents to reveal the expansive meaning of the text. Each work consists of three or four painted objects arranged on the wall and floor; they are made of various materials e.g. wood, linen, paper, metal, oil paint and readymade chairs. The Mallarmé text has been hand letter-pressed onto paper or linen by New North Press.

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JANE BUSTIN at Art Projx Private View Tuesday 18th November

Jane Bustin: Holzlied – Woodsong, 2008 JANE BUSTIN: Paintings 1998-2008 EXHIBITION DATES: 19 November – 20 December 2008 ARTPROJX SPACE 53 Beauchamp Place London SW3 1NY www.artprojxspace.com JANE BUSTIN: PAINTINGS 1998-2008 Jane Bustin’s abstract paintings are described as ’emotional minimalism’. This solo exhibition at Artprojx Space is a retrospective of selected works from projects that […]

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