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Exhibition | DOUBLE ACT David Osbaldeston
13 July 2019 until 14 September 2019
Cample Line, Cample Mill, Thornhill, DG3 5HD
13 July – 14 September 2019
Exhibition Preview: 2–5pm, Saturday 13 July
DOUBLE ACT is a new body of work by David Osbaldeston, created for CAMPLE LINE’s upstairs space. Responding to the theme of laughter, the artist has made a series of large-scale printed works – UNTITLED (Generalised Laughter Series) – which features propped abstract forms alongside descriptors that allude to the dynamics of the comedic duo or double act. At two metres in height, these works have been made in parallel with Somewhere Between My Finger and Thumb, a new sequence of small gouache paintings the artist has made using pages from the 1875 book The Philosophy of Laughter by George Vasey.
See also Charlie Hammond in our downstairs space.
Open 11am–5pm, Thurs–Sat, or by appointment
Part of our Summer 2019 Edition
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