Signals

 


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Signals, Colin McCallum's exhibition of new paintings, refers to the subliminal and visual overload of our consumer society. The work is inspired by the collective experience of contemporary living.

City life is filled with an array of imagery, from airport and train station digital monitors to pixilated television and computer screens at home supermarket shopping aisles and their myriad of packaging, lighting and random colour combinations.

This language is part of our daily life, but we seldom notice its impact or are able to appreciate it as more than a communication tool. Colin is fascinated by it and he takes elements from these aspects to create equivalent visual experiences. They are not simply representative but stimulating and intriguing. In one series of paintings, inspiration came from the aspirational idea of the perfect swimming pool.

Where

Bicha Gallery
7 Gabriel's Wharf, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PP
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