Deptford X Event Space, Deptford, London
Julia Warr presented 5 paintings collectively titled Anthea is a Peach (ALL 2018). We discussed the paintings' concern with the nature of images and the ability of painting in general to render image rather than reality. The works appeared to use two different registers or planes to complicate the content of the paintings; a landscape over a grid became different figures, perhaps dancing, perhaps totems, perhaps trees. The underlying grid might be a nod to digital space, but could equally reference tiles or the square of gridded paper.
Julia Warr, BA Visual Art 1999, Goldsmiths College, is exploring relationships in color, on canvas. Using a combination of poured and painted figures and environments, often repeated, Warr constructs a subterfuge, in an attempt to both control and explore the disconnect between fiction and reality through a multitude of colour relationships.
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