Forming Words – exhibition at Flow Gallery, Notting Hill

This entry was posted on Monday, November 4th, 2013 at 6:28 PM

Anyone who’s read this blog before will know how much I love art that incorporates text.

So I was very excited to find out about Forming Words – an exhibition at Flow Gallery in Notting Hill.

According to the gallery’s website, “The exhibition explores the intersections between form, structure, and text. Each work in the exhibition was specially commissioned by Flow Gallery and responds to a piece of writing of the artist’s choice, from poetry to a letter to lyrics.”

It’s on until Saturday 9 November (so not long!) and I really hope I can get to see it.

Other posts on this blog about artists who use words in their work include:

Paddy Hamilton at Dungeness

Collective Noun posters from Whoop Studios

Kashmira Jhaveri’s beautiful paper cuts

and work in the 2011 Summer Show at the Royal Academy.

 

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