British artist Ruth Fox brings a new solo exhbition ‘A Most Awkward Divide’ to Gallery 46, 21st – 27th Sept 2017

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bollinger bands macd rsi Featuring mixed media art and sound Ruth Fox’s new works explores the growing mind-body divide prevalent in the Western World and its effect on our individual physical identities. A heady mix of science, technology and the way we live ‘online’ could mean this awkward divide is set to snowball.

“We’re not losing our minds, its our bodies we’ve lost touch with.”

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winforex Drawing from her own experiences of an uncomfortable separation between mind and body, Ruth Fox began to explore Dualism, Physicalism and the philosophical ‘mind-body problem.’ Using a variety of life models, she gives a voice to the lines and contours of their bodies.

köpa Viagra i usa Applying fabric paint, oil pastel and embroidery threads on to fabric, neoprene and denim-stretched canvases, Ruth Fox’s expressive lines are exhaustive and obsessive, yet find power in their repetition. Whilst some of the lines echo a fragmented, awkward divide between the two seemingly abstract concepts of mind and body – expressing the dissonance felt when our bodies are out of sync with the signals in our minds, and just how easily our minds often usurp any time we give to the body – some of the lines seek harmony through an ebb and flow between one other.

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För Cialis 130 mg på nätet visum Ruth Fox’s artworks ultimately act as a form of propaganda aimed at generating a reconnection with our physical selves, and as a faithful reminder of our bodies being “the most reliable homes we may ever know.” Acknowledging the increasing foreign relationship we have with our bodies, the artworks highlight the significance of seeking a reconnection between the two.

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binäre optionen für anfänger Another part of the exhibition will feature a piece of music (which will be sold on a limited edition vinyl of 30) made up of 15 sounds of the artist’s skin (tapping, stroking, hitting, flicking) which have been manipulated and distorted by Steven Young to become a piece of music which mimics the disjointed, disconnected nature of bodies, before offering a calming, soothing end, an ode to our reconnection with them. Each of these skin sounds is individually translated visually, on a 25 x 25cm canvas to form a canvas wall featuring 15 of these canvases to mimic the piece of music.

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WHAT: A Most Awkward Divide
WHEN: 21st – 27th September
WHERE: Gallery 46 – 46 Ashfield St, Whitechapel, London E1 2AJ
TIMES: Tues – Fri:12-7pm;Sat 12-6pm

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