The Secrets of the Sea by Miles Lowry and Georgia Angelopoulos
cast cotton fibre, gold and mineral pigments
22" x 5" x " 4.5"
THE SECRETS OF THE SEA
Text: George Seferis, 1900 - 1971. Fragment from ‘The Song of Love’. The secrets of the sea are forgotten on the beach, the darkness of the deep is forgotten in the foam…
ΤΑ ΜΥΣΤΙΚΑ ΤΗΣ ΘΑΛΑΣΣΑΣ ΞΕΧΝΙΟΥΝΤΑΙ ΣΤ’ΑΚΡΟΓΙΑΛΙΑ, Η ΣΚΟΤΕΙΝΑΓΡΑ ΤΟΥ ΒΥΘΟΥ ΞΕΧΝΙΕΤΑΙ ΣΤΟΝ ΑΦΡΟ
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Date created: 2017
The Secrets of the Sea
Miles Lowry and Georgia Angelopoulos have worked collaboratively, sharing the same paper and brush in their 2016 show A Broken Hallelujah. They presented two shows 'Cipher' and 'Marks of Devotion' in Victoria, BC and have exhibited in the group shows 'A Show of Hands' at the Grovewood Gallery in Ashville, North Carolina; ‘Calligraphies in Conversation' at the San Francisco Public Library,; and 'Crossing Boundaries’ at the Ziya Multicultural Art Center, in Oakland, California. Using Lowry’s cast cotton fibre forms, the two artists present the amphora as carriers of poetic fragments inspired by their respective cultures, their own poetry, or words of the great poets. Long and elegant, these handleless amphoras also take on the shape of ballistic shells or ancient tool heads.
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