Sunday, 28 September 2014

Opening Of - Wish I Was Here

Caroline Gregory's installation Wish I Was Here 
viewed from inside the kitchen

& from outside the kitchen

Steve Rushton, Caroline Gregory, Shelly Theodore 

Jacquie Utley and Jo McCormick at the opening

On the balcony running outside the gallery Caroline talks,
and answers questions, about her work

 Wish I Was Here at night

The exhibition continues until 24 October
and is viewable 24 / 7

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Wish I Was Here

Wish I Was Here is a work made specifically for
The Kitchen Window Gallery by Caroline Gregory that reflects 
on a housewife's ambivalence.

She is in love.

She feels trapped.

She stares out of the window as she tries to negotiate the difficult space 
that is somewhere between the inside and the outside.
She has been driven mad by ghosts of the past
and demons of the future.

She has reached a trance like shadowy state where she 
is neither here nor there.

Wish I Was Here opens on Sunday 28 September from 2pm to 5pm 
and closes on 24 October. 

Gregory's work often involves the re-appropriation of ingrained beliefs that may be contained in everyday spaces and objects. She plays with found materials, objects and occupied and unoccupied spaces, working to transform meanings contained within the seemingly innocuous.

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Current and Next Show


Face Dances by Chris Simonite

to 26 September


Wish I Was Here by Caroline Gregory

Opening 28 September from 2pm to 5pm

Monday, 8 September 2014

Face Dances - Opening and Skype performance

The opening of Face Dances was held on Sunday 7 September 
and included a talk by Chris Simonite via Skype. Towards the end of this Chris performed his Contemporary Art Theme Song and a song titled 
Under A Truck - by his alterego Stan Dickie.

Chris talked about his own work and the Contemporary Art world in Canada.

Below are images of his work installed in the gallery.

The Contemporary Art Theme Song and accompanying dance is viewable here ~

Work viewed from the balcony ~

Work viewed from inside the kitchen