Paul Sloan: If it keeps on raining the leeve's gonna break - Art Collector

Paul Sloan, Galatic Impact, 2016, Archival UV print on canvas, 150 x 200cm. Courtesy of the artist and Hugo Michell Gallery

Paul Sloan shatters the prison cells of space and time, creating new possibilities, surreal juxtapositions, and dissident commentaries. Sloan’s latest body of work exploits the inherently disruptive and non-linear potentials of collage, while cleverly traversing the realms of drawing and printmaking.

Representing more than 3 years of extended exploration, these works play into a rich field of practice that was established in the twentieth century by heavy-hitting luminaries such as Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Hannah Hoch, and Richard Hamilton. In these large-scale works, Sloan creates new spaces for contemplation. He invites unexpected things, people, and events to coalesce, allowing juxtapositions and commentaries to arise that are sometimes serious, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, yet always profoundly subversive and aesthetically powerful.

Exhibition Opens: 6pm-8pm, 14 September 2017
Exhibition Closes: 21 October 2017
Location: Hugo Michell Gallery, 260 Portrush Road, Beulah Park SA 5067
Contact: +61 8 8331 8000
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