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projects by artist, Doug Selway, Signapse Studio

projects by artist, Doug Selway, Signapse Studio

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Events & Exhibitions :


Forthcoming Events :

 

Dec
5
6:00 PM18:00

Such Stuff : Everything Must Go

This show brings together several parts of my working life and has been really exciting to make. It combines film, performance, drawing and box installation and has become my requiem for all that redundant media and all those forgotten messages.

I hope you can come to the launch event, which is the only time you will be able to experience all the work in it's entirety. At the end of the static show we will be pulling the show apart in an event called "Everything must go". Such Stuff will then only exist in our memories, leaving "not a wrack behind" so I hope to see you before it goes.

Such Stuff at The Minories coincides with the opening of Firstsite at the same location. This beautiful building is designed by Rafael Viñoly as an internationally important arts centre.

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Such Stuff : Static Show
Oct
22
to Dec 6

Such Stuff : Static Show

This show brings together several parts of my working life and has been really exciting to make. It combines film, performance, drawing and box installation and has become my requiem for all that redundant media and all those forgotten messages.

I hope you can come to the launch event, which is the only time you will be able to experience all the work in it's entirety. At the end of the static show we will be pulling the show apart in an event called "Everything must go". Such Stuff will then only exist in our memories, leaving "not a wrack behind" so I hope to see you before it goes.

Such Stuff at The Minories coincides with the opening of Firstsite at the same location. This beautiful building is designed by Rafael Viñoly as an internationally important arts centre.

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Oct
1
to Oct 2

CATOS 2011

Venue: My studio

The annual CATOS safari where you can observe me in my natural habitat. I'll be working on the box works for the Minories show so it's a chance to see how they are progressing and also to see the prints from Brighton.

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Brighton Art Show
Sep
22
to Sep 25

Brighton Art Show

Dates : Thursday 22nd September 6.00pm - 8.30pm (ticket only) Friday, 23rd September 11.00am - 7.30pm Saturday, 24th September 10.00am - 6.00pm Sunday, 25th September 10.00am - 5.00pm Venue : Corn Exchange, Church Street Brighton, BN1 1UG

It's great to be back again this year. I'm showing the lithograph/monoprints from my Changeling series Bestarios de ensueño as well as reviving some of my CD engravings based on song titles. Come and snap up your copy of Trout mask replica.

 

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Essex Summer of Art Launch
Apr
27
6:00 PM18:00

Essex Summer of Art Launch

Monday 27th April 2009, 6 – 8pm. The exhibition will run from 3rd – 31st May 2009 and will be open to the public on Sundays and Mondays.

I’m showing two new panoramic paintings, of Pointe d’Hoc in Normandy and Landguard Fort near Felixstowe along with some engraving and new transfer prints.

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Oct
12
to Oct 14

Big Draw 2007

Big Draw 2007

This was my second Big Draw marathon. 24 hours making a big theatrical drawing, which I later used for the box works.

This was another drawing marathon, I worked on a large theatrical drawing on several surfaces at once.

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Oct
13
to Oct 15

BIG DRAW 06

Big Draw 06 : 360 Degrees in the Shade

This was a 48 hour drawing marathon held between 13 – 15 October 2006 at the Key Arts space in Ipswich, UK. Part of the national campaign for drawing annual event. My plan was for us all to make a 360 degree panorama of an old church. It turned out to be different and even better than expected.

As my Instructions to Artists said : ” There are no instructions to artists”. Everybody took me at my word and the event quickly took on a life of it’s own. We ended up with a space full of drawings, one of which was sixty foot long panorama done by different people through the 48 hours. I stayed on site for most of the time and it was powerful stuff to be working in the space for so long, with such limited lighting but best of all was devoting such a long and uninterrupted time to drawing.

We had nearly fifty contributors of all ages. We’re already planning next year.

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