BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:icalendar-ruby CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161204T133304Z UID:244686 DTSTART:20121115T000000 DTEND:20121222T000000 DESCRIPTION:

Texturing an object appears to set up a split between display and conten t where surface and ground are no longer connected. The display conflates b oth the representation and the object\; the textured surface attempts to ta ke on the role of both the description of the part and the part itself. It is not the object revealing its material surface\, but instead becomes the representation sagging around it.

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Lines and surfaces mark and constitute the boundary of a body when tiling its surface. The tile can be both an in dividual and repeatable thing with no overlaps or breaks. The textured desi gn is a boundary representation limited to faces and edges where the humps or hollows along the frame are approximated with irregular modular volumes. It textures or performs the body of an object and this surface texturing b ecomes an approximation and a potential description of a larger whole where the content of the display begins to emerge.

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All the pieces in the exhi bition work under these same terms\, either through the relation of object and display\, surface\, or repetition and looping.

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Curated by Tim Steer.

LOCATION:Seventeen\,270-276 Kingsland Road \nLondon\, E8 4DGUnited Kingdom SUMMARY:Tiling\, Laura Aldridge\, Larry Bell\, David Berezin\, Andy Boot\, David Raymond Conroy\, Timothy Davies\, Mark Soo END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161204T133304Z UID:244687 DTSTART:20121115T180000 DTEND:20121115T200000 LOCATION:Seventeen\,270-276 Kingsland Road \nLondon\, E8 4DGUnited Kingdom SUMMARY:Tiling\, Laura Aldridge\, Larry Bell\, David Berezin\, Andy Boot\, David Raymond Conroy\, Timothy Davies\, Mark Soo END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR