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ARTEFACT OR ARTIFACT – PAULA DOHERTY AND MATT ZUROWSKI
19:00 on 24 January 2020
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
ESW is delighted to present new work from the artists Paula Doherty and Matt Zurowski. Working across a diverse range of materials and processes, from Doherty’s tactile and earthy ceramics to Zurowski’s digitally rendered landscapes, they produce objects, images and sounds that bridge speculative gaps between a hypothetical ancient past and an imagined future.
Opening 24th Januray 7 – 9 pm
Exhibition runs 25th – 31st January 11 am – 5 PM pm
NOT OPEN ON SUNDAY
Although, in both form and content, their work is very different there are a number of points of connection. Doherty and Zurowski make mysterious and enigmatic works, somehow disconnected from the present, that encourage the viewer to construct narratives around them, to speculate about their function and meaning as well as consider their aesthetic and formal qualities. Their work engages with the way in which humanity shapes nature to produce culture, an act that is at once both creative and destructive. Finally, underpinning both of their work is an interest in the origins and outcomes of ritual action.
Paula Doherty and Matt Zurowski are the recipients of the 2019/20 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop Graduate Bursary Awards. The have spent the last three months in residence at ESW producing new work. The aim of the awards is to help newly-graduated artists to establish themselves after leaving college, and encourage contemporary sculpture practice in its widest sense.