This wonderful exhibition is brought to you by the ‘Transatlantic Digital Print Group’ who explore Brown’s legacy through their digital prints.
Landform was a huge part of Capability Brown’s work, with scores of navvies literally shaping the earth as part of his work in creating sinuous lakes or in contouring drives. The ‘Transatlantic Digital Print Group’ takes this as their inspiration in what promises to be a fascinating exhibition.
The group comprises: Pam Brown, Walter Early, Kendall Mingey, Brian Thompson, Jane Thompson and James A. Wade. Each of the group primarily produces sculpture related to various aspects of interpreting and experiencing landscape. Their digital prints represent the same intellectual pursuits but manifest instead into a two-dimensional plane. They function not as planning or preparatory pieces but as an independent yet related thread of discovery.
Here they demonstrate their responses to the essentially three-dimensional aspects of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown landscapes and convert them into quintessentially flat world of the pixel.
11am – 4pm