A Place in Time
James Steventon who teaches on the Foundation Year Art, Media, Design at The Cass is exhibiting recent work at a group show by the research collective 'A Place in Time?'
James Steventon’s practice involves methods of inhabiting the fleeting mental state of operation loosely defined by Csikszentmihalyi as ‘Flow’. Strategies for achieving this include both endurance running and endurance drawing. That the intention for each strategy is the same, the methods are considered alike: running is drawing.
This can manifest itself as either public or private performance, where “Matter has been transformed into energy and time motion,” or as the residue of performance in the form of an autotelic object. In each case this can be driven from perspective of the heart as a sensory organ.
The exhibition is at the Avenue Gallery, University of Northampton.
|Where||Avenue Gallery, University of Northampton|
|When||11 January 2013|
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