In an age of rapidly consumed data and images, painting as an art retains special powers and privileges; those of careful construction, patient organisation, and extended duration. O-N-T-O-L-O-G-Y presents three painters whose work looks away from the image-world, even from the idea of 'image' itself, to the persistence of painting in its fundamental constitution as object, which is to say an articulate and evolved arrangement of densities, rhythms and forms made for the purpose of being presented to a viewer.
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