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Graphite

By Joe Woodhouse and Michael Mulvihill

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Graphite was named by German geologist Abraham Gottlob Werner in 1789, an allotrope of carbon the name is derived from the Greek, graphein meaning: to Draw or Write. The precise, and formal, relationship between the material's name and it purpose, or action, will be explored through the work in this exhibition.\ud \ud Curated by Joe Woodhouse with Michael Mulvihill, The artists in Graphite articulate notions that encompass memory, history, politics, self and authenticity. This show brings together new drawings from artists; Louise Hopkins, Richard Forster, Laura Lancas

Topics: sub_arthistory
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:sure.sunderland.ac.uk:2389
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