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New Exhibition: Kisses Not Stones
March 18, 2019 - March 29, 2019
Artists Louise Lahive and Katherine Roberts will be exhibiting new paintings, sculptures and collaborative work in their show ‘Kisses Not Stones’ at the David Gentleman Gallery at Hertford Regional College from 18 March until 29 March 2019.
Mon -Fri 10am – 4pm
Saturday 23 March 11am – 2pm
Lahive and Roberts’ artistic practice’s place importance on the process of making. This collection of work, inspired by physicist Carlo Rovelli’s writings, responds to the idea that the nature of life is process.
“The world is not a collection of things, it is a collection of events. The difference between things and events is that thigs persist in time, events have a limited duration. A stone is a prototypical ‘thing’: we can ask ourselves where it will be tomorrow…The world is made up of networks of kisses not stones.” – Carlo Rovelli, The Order of Time
This is the first time that Hertford Regional College are welcoming artists from outside the college to exhibit in the David Gentleman Gallery. The artists will be giving a talk about their work on the specially arranged Saturday opening on 23 March at 11.30am.
Katherine Roberts is a current fellow at Digswell Arts Trust and works from her studio in Letchworth Garden City. In 2018 she participated in ‘Paper Cuts’ at Saatchi Gallery and in 2017 she was Artist in Residence at Courtyard Arts. Katherine graduated in 2016 from Hertford Regional College’s Foundation Degree in Creative Enterprise as a Fine Art specialist
Louise Lahive is a visual artist living and working in North Hertfordshire. Since graduating from Kingston University in 1999 Louise has lived and exhibited in the USA and UK. In 2013 Louise became a fellow with the Digswell Arts Trust and recent exhibitions include ‘Blood Landscape’ at Westminster Ref library, ‘Reflections’ at Surface gallery Nottingham and ‘looking Deeper’ at Courtyard Arts Hertford. Louise currently works out of Eastcheap studios in Letchworth where her recent work has focused on developing images from her own and her family’s bodies using scientific imaging and data.
Mon 18 March – Fri 29 March 2019
Private View: Tuesday 19 March 6.30pm – 8.30pm