Days A WeeK 2002
Neil Morris & Tracey Brown Pete Clarke & Georg Gartz
Liverpool Art School and `Eight Days a Week' presents artists' from Liverpool and Cologne who make collaborative paintings, printmaking and drawing to mark the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the town's twinning. This exhibition shows how artists can work together to develop and share a creative art practice exploring ideas about authorship and authenticity in contemporary art.
and Tracey Brown have made distinctive collaborative screen printmaking
exploring the relationships between a personal imagery and a sophisticated
iconography. This is the start of a new body of work for the artists
and represents a new challenge to establish creative narratives utilising
abstract processes, figurative imagery and poetic text. Neil Morris
is head of printmaking at the Liverpool Art School and Tracey Brown
is curriculum head of art & design at the Arts Centre, Liverpool
Tracy Brown " Doll"
& Georg Gartz have been visiting each other's studios in Liverpool
and Cologne creating a unique dialogue by working together on the
same paintings. Collaboration is a project that has produced work
in England and Germany from 1998-2001 and has made reciprocal exhibitions
in Koln and Merseyside.
Pete Clarke & Georg Gartz