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Nick Crowe & Ian Rawlinson

Nick Crowe

Nick Crowe & Ian Rawlinson

by Nick Crowe

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Published by Manchester City Galleries in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Published on the occasion of the exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery, 3 May - 15 June 2003, and Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, 6 September - 18 October 2003.

Statementtexts by Dave Beech, Mika Hannula, Rachel Withers.
ContributionsRawlinson, Ian, 1965-, Beech, Dave., Hannula, Mika., Withers, Rachel., Manchester City Art Gallery., Aspex Gallery.
The Physical Object
Pagination68p. :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16165406M
ISBN 100901673625

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site known by its modern name Tel Megiddo, Armageddon is thought to have seen more battles than any other location in the world, and dominated the crossroads of ancient Nick Crowe (Barnsley, UK, ) lives and works between Berlin and London.

Ian Rawlinson (Macclesfield, UK, ) lives and works in Manchester. Recent and forthcoming In the Family of the Carbons is a new exhibition by Nick Nick Crowe & Ian Rawlinson book and Ian Rawlinson that explores the physical and cultural properties of coal and the impact of our carbon based economies.

Using hand carving, weaving, sound and video, the exhibition brings together a selection of compelling and visually rich works, many of which have never been shown before in the ://#. Nick Crowe & Ian Rawlinson, Six White Horses Digital pigment print 42cm x 72 cm Signed edition of 40 (+5 Artist Proofs) £(unframed) To mark the closing of the Whitworth in for the redevelopment to be completed, Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson created an /shop/limitededitionprints/nickcroweianrawlinson.

For berlin art week, alongside the usual Dreamtime Soundscapes, 3 special guests were live in the studio to give interviews. 2 Berlin based artists, from Croatia and Uk respectively, Nika Radić & Nick Crowe came in to talk about Future, an exhibition by Nika Radić, Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson Ian Rawlinson.

Senior Lecturer Taught MA/MFA Programme. Ian Rawlinson is Route Leader of MA Fine Art at Manchester School of Art. As an artist he has worked collaboratively with Nick Crowe since Their work is primarily concerned with the languages of power, with its grammar and with its :// Nick Crowe is the author of A Cold Night for Alligators ( avg rating, ratings, 38 reviews, published ), Pavel Buchler ( avg rating, 0 rati Song for Armageddon is produced by Forma.

Created by Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson in collaboration with Ophir Ilzetzki in – Cinematography by Martin Testar. Commissioned by Forma and University of Salford Art Collection, in association with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.

Supported by Arts Council England. Premiere 21 – 24 / Rachel Withers --Pull Up to the Bumper Baby / Mika Hannula --Sponsor's afterword --Nick Crowe & Ian Rawlinson Collaborative Projects () Other Titles: Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson: Responsibility: texts by Dave Beech, Mika Hannula, Rachel :// Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson have collaborated since This catalogue accompanies the first major exhibition of their collaborative work.

Many new pieces have been made especially for the exhibition, executed in a variety of media including photography, sculpture, film, Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson work collaboratively between studios in Berlin and Manchester.

Their work is primarily concerned with the languages of power, with its grammar and with its rhetoric. Their projects address questions around faith, politics, national identity and the ://   In Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson’s short film The Carriers’ Prayer, a feat of theatrical staging plays with such movement to engender a seeming miracle.

Candles with flame-tips that point downwards could be said to both parody and pay homage to the vertical Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson. Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson are based in Berlin and Manchester and have worked collaboratively since Their work is primarily concerned with the languages of power, with its grammar and with its rhetoric.

Their projects address questions around faith, politics, national identity and the environment and their Nick Crowe & Ian Rawlinson: In the Family of the Carbons at The Turnpike, Manchester, 20 January–3 Marchfree entry - Visit now.

Leigh in Wigan, like most Lancashire towns, has been shaped by coal. It witnessed a period of dramatic economic expansion during the Industrial Revolution when it became an important centre for mining and production, followed by tragic decline following the Since they started working together in Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson have been drawn to the ways in which power and authority articulate themselves, to the grammar and rhetoric that surrounds them.

Their works often combine densely layered visual and acoustic allusions to faith, politics, national identity and the :// Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson, born in Barnsley and Macclesfield respectively, work collaboratively between studios in Berlin and Manchester.

Working together sincethey are fascinated by spectacle and drawn to the ways in which power and authority articulate themselves, their works often combining densely layered visual and acoustic allusions to faith, politics, national identity and the Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson 10 Jan — 19 Apr at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in West Bretton, United Kingdom.

28 November Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson, Song for Coal (stills),Courtesy the artists and YSP. Book. Crowe, Nick and O'Reilly, Sally. Labyrinth: Publishing. ISBN Crowe, Nick and Rawlinson, Ian.

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