Exhibition of paintings by The Cass alumnus and Honorary Graduate Vic Reeves.
Date: 23 February 2013
The Cass alumnus and Honorary Graduate Jim Moir (better known as Vic Reeves) is exhibiting some of his eccentric and diverse work at The Strand Gallery.
Reeves transfers his outlandish persona onto the canvas conveying similar Dada-esque qualities as seen in his comedy ventures, whilst evoking the importance of his art as performance.
Performance and art are two fully connected forces for Reeves who says "I think putting your imagination on canvas or a television screen is the same thing. If you’ve got an idea you have got to have an outlet for it. So if it’s painting, poetry, singing or acting it all comes out somewhere."
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