Everingham’s works attempt to bring the viewer as close to the construction process as possible. It is as though viewers are surrounded—or directly involved—in the language of paint. "The intention is for an audience to navigate through a painting by the familiarity of space, rigid beams, or the existence of light - elements of reality that contradict the fact that the work is deeply rooted in abstraction."
November 14, 2013, 7:00 PM > VAC 100
This Artist talk is part of "Art Now!", a course offered by the Department of Visual Arts at Western University. The course focuses on current contemporary art production, both locally, nationally and internationally.
All Artist Talks are FREE and OPEN to the Public!
See the full list of our upcoming visiting artists: 2013 Fall Speakers' Series