The new work in his Continuum series has been concerned with symmetry and reflection. Rotating and mirroring linear forms, layering surfaces of pure colour and exposing under-painting through negative lines.
A constant in the artist’s formal abstraction is the arc of a circle – albeit in a state of perpetual evolution – and a preoccupation with the endless reinvention of his own compositions; he continually returns to existing works, adjusting structures and refining each individual flow of a line in an attempt to reveal balance and perfect form.
Marek Tobolewski is currently artist-in-residence at Lakeside Arts Centre where he is engaged in completing a new commission for the University’s Music department.
60 page published catalogue with an essay by Mark Rawlinson accompanies the exhibition.
|Duration||08 May 2010 - 13 June 2010|
|Times||Open daily 12-4 pm|
|Venue||Djanogly Art Gallery|
|Address||Lakeside Arts Centre Nottingham NG7 2RD, ,|
|Contact||0115 846 7777 / email@example.com / www.lakesidearts.org.uk|