Jyll Bradley in conversation with Paul Hobson, 20 October 2016
Please join us for the conversation between Jyll Bradley and Paul Hobson on Thursday, 20 October at 7pm.
Jyll Bradley’s work expresses a uniquely personal engagement with identity and place through installation, painting, drawing and recently film. Often pairing unlikely materials and traditions, her works invite reflection upon the dualities at the core of the self and of modern life. Currency,marks a turning point in Bradley’s practice, expanding from her recent acclaimed public realm commissions into a new and distinctive body of work for the gallery. These new works demonstrate the artist’s manifold engagement with the processes of drawing and mark making, as she problematises the singularity of ‘currency’, or a single system of beliefs, instead privileging process, the personal and the potential for error as a catalyst for creative evolution.
Paul Hobson has been the Director of Modern Art Oxford since September 2013. He has worked in the art world for more than twenty years, including senior roles at the Contemporary Art Society, The Showroom, the Serpentine Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts in London. Paulread History at Oxford University and completed post-graduate studies in aesthetics and contemporary visual theory.
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