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Ampersand by Timothy Veske-Mcmahon

Exhibition  /  16 Oct 2014  -  29 Nov 2014
Published: 05.10.2014
Timothy Veske-Mcmahon. Necklace: Glyph I. Aluminum, Plastic. 300x500x50 mm. Timothy, Veske-McmahonNecklace: Glyph IAluminum, Plastic300x500x50 mm. Timothy Veske-Mcmahon
Necklace: Glyph I
Aluminum, Plastic
300x500x50 mm


Timothy, Veske-Mcmahon
Necklace: Glyph I
Aluminum, Plastic
300x500x50 mm

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Intro
This month Gallery Beyond Fashion presents a solo exhibition by Timothy Veske-Mcmahon. This new body of work results from the needs of expression of the artist, creating basic elements of a visual lexicon representing the delicate balance of adult life.

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Timothy Veske-Mcmahon
The latest works by Timothy Veske-Mcmahon draw from fundamental needs—of communication, of relationships, of the home—to create basic elements of a visual lexicon representing the delicate balance of adult life. The combination of the resulting logograms creates hesitation, allowing for the room one needs to project expectations from personal life onto the work.

As the pieces shift from graphic two-dimensional signifiers to sculptural forms sheathed in the geography of photographic images, they come to question their own placelessness and that of the viewer.

Remarks

Opening drink: Thursday 16 October, 6.30pm - 9.00pm
You are cordially invited to the opening of the exhibition in the presence of the artist.

Lecture: Thursday 16 October, 6.00pm - 6.30pm

Demo: Hydrographic printing for small objects
Hydrographic printing (also known as water transfer printing, hydro dipping, and fluid imaging) is a process of applying a two-dimensional pattern or image to a three-dimensional surface. Commonly used in the manufacture and customization of automotive and sporting goods, it can easily be adapted for use on small scale objects and jewelry in the studio setting. Each hydrographic print is composed of pigment on a water-soluble film which when activated, becomes dispersed and floats on the surface of the water. Carefully lowering an object through this dispersed print results in the image conforming to even the most complicated surfaces. Many materials can be used to print upon with the proper preparations including metal, plastic, ceramics, and wood.

This demonstration will show the hydrographic process and discuss the tips and tricks in adapting the process for studio use including how to prepare various substrates for printing.

Date: Wednesday 15 October, 2014 - 7pm to 9.30pm
Entrance: 20 €
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Opening hours
11 to 6 pm on Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Timothy Veske-Mcmahon. Brooch: Teem II. Nylon, Pigment, Steel. 120x75x30 mm. Timothy, Veske-McmahonBrooch: Teem IINylon, Pigment, Steel120x75x30 mm. Timothy Veske-Mcmahon
Brooch: Teem II
Nylon, Pigment, Steel
120x75x30 mm


Timothy, Veske-Mcmahon
Brooch: Teem II
Nylon, Pigment, Steel
120x75x30 mm

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Timothy Veske-Mcmahon. Necklace: Teem IV. Nylon, Aluminum-Nylon, Pigment. 160x65x30 mm. Timothy, Veske-McmahonNecklace: Teem IVNylon, Aluminum-Nylon, Pigment160x65x30 mm. Timothy Veske-Mcmahon
Necklace: Teem IV
Nylon, Aluminum-Nylon, Pigment
160x65x30 mm


Timothy, Veske-Mcmahon
Necklace: Teem IV
Nylon, Aluminum-Nylon, Pigment
160x65x30 mm

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Hydrographic printing process.
Hydrographic printing process

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