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A New Way of Walking
A New Way of Walking, 7 June28 July 2018, London
For the summer season, Timothy Taylor is pleased to announce the group exhibition A New Way of Walking, which brings together an eclectic mix of artists and works all united by an interest in the impact of the surrounding environment on the individual. In the 1950’s, the theorist Guy Debord defined the term psychogeography to represent enquiries into the impact of geographical location upon the emotions and behaviour of conscious beings.

There is an element of chance, discovery and adventure involved in Debord’s structure for psychogeography - the notion that even the most familiar of places still withhold surprises, the uncovering of which offers a greater understanding of personal ontologies.

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Artworks

Night Sky 2 (Reversed), 2002, Photoetching, aquatint, photogravure, and drypoint
Night Sky 1 (Reversed), 2002, Photoetching, aquatint, photogravure, and drypoint
576 - I / Pi, 2016, 288 used pairs of leather shoe soles on wood (Diptych)
‘Nuats’ (Knotted), 2003, Mixed media and assemblage on wood
Lieu De Pèlerinage, 1975, Acrylic on canvas
Mandala #9 (Untitled), 2016, Silkscreen ink, oil paint, spray paint and enamel on canvas
Half Stepping Hot Stepper, 2016, Enamel and spray paint on bronze
Santa Ana Wash, San Bernardino Country, California, 1983, Gelatin-silver print
AgXDTG703A, 2018, Silver on silver gelatin print, mounted on aluminum
Untitled, 1965, Oil on canvas
Untitled, 2016, Enamel and spray paint on bronze
Seven Seas, 2012, Etching and aquatint with hand colouring, hahnermuhle copperplate bright white
Untitled, 2017, Mixed media on canvas
Whoa, that came up out of everywhere, 2016, Enamel and spray paint on bronze
untitled, 1969, Charcoal on paper
A New Way of Walking – Timothy Taylor