25 September at 18:00. 171 Deptford High Street, London, SE8 3NU.
what the point is : the end of the line is an essay in sculptural form, composed of drawing, video and assembled objects. This new body of artwork develops a chain of analogies between the tip of the pen/cil, the first person singular, the line of sight and the I-beam cursor. It asks: how is the object answered by its representation, and how is the subject consoled by it?
The exhibition is accompanied by a programme of events drawing upon the artist’s parallel writing practice.
Friday 25 September 6-9pm
Opening Event: A screening of short video works with readings of recent texts by the artist, compiled to examine gesture and pictorial figuration in drawing and writing.
Saturday 3 October 4-6pm
Launch of a limited edition publication created as an artwork in counterpoint to the exhibition. The artist book is introduced with new writing by Nico de Oliveira and Nicola Oxley.
Friday 30 October 6-9pm
Closing Event: Tamarin Norwood discusses her work with exhibition curators Nico de Oliveira and Nicola Oxley, addressing the works on show as they intersect with her wider project of studio research.