Wednesday, 12 March 2014

ARTBAR 18th March, Paul McGowan talks about his work and recent collaboration with Warchild...

Next Tuesday evening's Artbar will be fascinating discussion on the subversive work of the artist Paul McGowan...
 
For the past 3 years Paul McGowan has been 100% committed to his Collaboration with War Child UK. Titled 'Trigger Finger' the work draws from the everyday situations the charity is confronted with on the ground. The Exhibition was launched at the Drang Gallery in October 2013. Paul has previously collaborated with Legendary American guitarist Gary Lucas who worked with Captain Beefheart and Jeff Buckley.
 
22 Bones, Paul McGowan
 
In December 2013 along with an impressive assemblage of today’s leading Artists including Inkie, Banksy, My dog Sighs, Elmo Hood, Sheppard Fairy, Nick Walker, and many more. Paul's work was exhibited in the Houses of Parliament in conjunction with a DJ Saved My Life and London West Bank Gallery for Smile Britannia. Paul is currently focused on an Experimental audio Visual experience that will bring people together in a different way and the work will involve the production of two audio albums one of the albums Paul will collaborate with Bath Based DJ & Producer Jamie Tack and will be available in all formats. Ronnie Tee of vision artists will choose who and how the second album is produced and the project is shaping up to be ready for release in time for the festival season 2015.
 
 
Terror Chamber, Paul McGowan
 

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