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  • Dalston To Denmark Hill (2005)
    Emulsion on hardboard. 100cm x 100cm.
 
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Dalston to Denmark Hill

Exploring the chance interplay of complexity science, everyday life, and alternative methods of performance documentation, Dalston to Denmark Hill used as it’s raw data the bus journeys to work Tim made over the 365 days prior to the performance.

The three bridges that could be used to cross the Thames on these journeys corresponded to the paint used in the performance; by bouncing a rubber ball around the room a particular journey, its bridge and hence a specific colour of paint was selected. A small amount of this paint was then poured onto the canvas.

Once the paint had been administered and and a short journal entry for the selected day read aloud, the canvas was rotated 90° and the process begun again.

Canterbury Court Studios, Oval, London. 7th June 2005

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