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    Middlesex artists exhibit at Hornsey Town Hall

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    START DATE 30 March 2017
    START TIME 10:00am
    LOCATION

    The Ply Gallery, Hornsey Town Hall, the Broadway, London, N8 9JJ

    END DATE 4 April 2017
    END TIME 05:00pm

    The work of 11 talented students from Middlesex University will go on display at the Ply Gallery in Hornsey Town Hall from 30 March to 4 April

    middlesex-artists exhibit-at-hornsey-town-hallThe Traces exhibition which is open from 10:00 to 17:00 every day and free for the public to attend will showcase artwork produced by MA Fine Art, MA Printmaking and MA Jewellery Futures students.

    Students exhibiting include:

    Mehrak Davoudi, Guido Salimbeni, Kuniko Maeda, Joo Park, Maya Amrani, Adam Hartnell, Sharron McLeod, Maxine Alexander, Vivian Leung, Jeremy Russo Ball, Chunliu Lin, Naima Bakar, Matous Hasa.

    One of the Middlesex artists featured is Guido Salimbeni who includes the use of a 3D printer in his work.

    “I am fascinated how a trace can trigger the visualization of a subject in my mind," he says.

    "A fingerprint, a footprint on the sand, a shadow cast on a wall, they are not only forms of their own but they are also connected to the object they originated from.

    “In my art, I am interested in exploring how a trace can create a link between the digital and physical artistic production.

    “I produce bas-relief paintings and etchings that show traces of their digital conceptual origin and 3D printing process. I deliberately leave marks from the 3D printing process in the final artwork. They are traces of the typical layering of the 3D printing process that I would imagine are similar to the trace of fingerprints on paper.”

    On 3 April at 18:00 there will be an artists’ discussion with Middlesex University’s Professor Sonia Boyce MBE and Dr Tansy Spinks, Programme Leader for MA Fine Art.

    FREE entry.

    For more information about the show and pictures please visit here

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