Shaun Gladwell at Spacex
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Interceptor Surf Sequence, Shaun Gladwell

Interceptor Surf Sequence, Shaun Gladwell

Dates: 3 October-29 November 2009 | Location: Spacex, Exeter

Spacex has staged a bit of a coup is securing the first UK show by Shaun Gladwell, who was a hit representing Australia at this year’s Venice Biennale. Gladwell’s video offers everything you might want from art… beautiful, considered, political… with some skateboarding and roadkill thrown in.

Seven Year Linework presents a selection of projects that are drawn from Gladwell’s ongoing investigations of conceptual drawings rendered in video. Beginning with one of Gladwell’s earliest experiments in video, the exhibition includes a series of recorded performances from different points of view. Gladwell’s use of slow motion has become a trademark of the artist’s aesthetic style, however the video projects in this exhibition regard a sense of slowed motion in real time footage.

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