Gary Power

Blue, Red & Green

In this installation defining the boundaries between art and architecture are tested further. The two large plaster forms appear to be literally peeling away the surface of the walls exposing the brickwork underneath and blurring the differences between the two. As the viewer moves through the space an intimate sense of space is evoked as the exposed brickwork is investigated, in contrast to the larger sense of scale created by the two forms as they loom over you. Coloured pigment was used to link the work to the existing Victorian stained glass windows using a fresco technique.