Sunday, September 17, 2006


"In the autumn and winter of 2004-2005, British artist Ian McKeever visited the study collection of antique portraits and other sculptures at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen. These visits resulted in a series of 48 drawings. The drawings are an attempt to reach through time and touch Antiquity. Dealing with the antique figure they are concerned with what we recognise: when do lines, forms and mass emerge and become present for us as a picture, a face or a body?"

After a hefty serving of misery, an excursion to the sublime. A subdued, slow intermezzo. View Sam Renseiw's return to blur by clicking here or enter the semiotic space above. (patafilm # 257, 01'06'', 4.8 MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version web streamed for PC at


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