• 'Fluidism' (Strawberry, blackberry and lemon jelly on a backlit perspex base).

  • Black Square (The end and the Beginning).

  • 'Blind'.Part of an installation looking at the power the gallery white space pocesses.Medium: Venetian blinds, LED lights

  • Gallery within a Gallery. Installation.

  • 'Quantum Leap of Faith (in Schrodinger).' 1/2

  • 'Quantum Leap of Faith (in Schrodinger).' 2/2

  • Black Square,(The Beginning and the End and the Beginning). Perspex, household paint.

  • Close up, Black Square,(The Beginning and the End and the Beginning). Perspex, household paint.

  • Light bulb (part of the 'dippers' series). Household paint, light fitting.

  • Moving Target (household paint).

Conceptual Re-thinking

Conceptual Art was of significance in the 1960″s and early 70’s. The ideas and thinking of fifty years ago have rewritten the language of fine art forever. In fact much of today’s language of art relies on the ability of the reader to understand the meaning of conceptuality. It has become a universal language, crossing many continents and with it bringing many cultures together. It is the authors’ belief that this language however is much under used and very niche. What the Fluidist must do or at least attempt to do is find connectiveness between conceptuality and ¬†differing languages to open up new ways of ‘thinking’ (See Manifesto). To understand more in how this can be achieved look out for the authors’ upcoming blogs.

 

 

CONTACT ROBERT J MARSHALL