The opening night at Analogue

June 23, 2011 by Kay


17-24th June 2011


Goods Shed Station Yard, Stroud

As a collective, with a shared passion for Contemporary Art, Analogue’s efforts serve to explore questions about the diverse vocabulary and means of laying down ideas. Old and new. Each from their own standpoint, each on a personal level. A diverse range of materials and mediums are to be seen; to include - sculpture, film, painting, printing, writing, & photography. Each provides a different slant, a different quality, as vehicles through which ideas can be formed. A range or scope, for ongoing thought. The majority of participants work is new, with a view to the scale and texture of the space. Making use of what the environment can offer, as well as what we can bring to it.

Photos below are from Analogue's well attended opening night. The Goods Shed is a building next to the railway  which was previously used to house equipment for the railway line but it went unused for years. Now it is used by local people for arts projects and all graffiti in the building is genuine, left as it was in it's abandoned days.

Artists involved in Analogue include Jack Addis, Alison Crosbie, Eleanor Dobson, Dave Montgomery, Franco Muszasty, Jess Orr, Clare Sheridan, Mat Sheldon, Olly Smith, Traci Smith, Mad Sparrks, Frederick Thackeray-Vincent, Joel Yates.

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Jack Addis Wall - 'A Divine Image' I,II and III. Floor: 'We Were Two Different People'

From Right to Left: Work by Traci Smith, Frederick Thackeray-Vincent and Olly Smith.

Foreground - Mad Sparrks: 'Mad Toy' and 'Cave' Back Wall: Alison Crosbie 'O Fuel' 'In Pose' and 'Untitled' Franco Muszasty 'Osiris and 'Isis'

Mad Sparrks 'Mad Toy' Detail

Alison Crosbie From Left to Right: 'Chavs', 'Filly', 'O Fuel' and 'In Pose'

From Left to Right: Works by Jess Orr, Joel Yates and Olly Smith.

Left to Right: Works by Alison Crosbie, Franco Muszasty and Eleanor Dobson.

Clare Sheridan 'Dirty Nanna' detail

Traci Smith Left to Right: 'Watercolour paper with cut shapes' and 'Photographic detail of glass and collage'.