Exhibition Review - Bonnie Camplin, Camden Arts Centre, London till 15th Jan 2017.

Image of Camden Arts Centre, London with art exhibition review by Drenched Co.

Bonnie's esoterica of vibrating lines
caught in the curvature of receding minds."- Drenched Co.

Comment: "An outline for a story: Artist spends hundreds of hours over many years swimming in the vast and ancient eddies of existence, hoping to discover mystic correspondences from the other side. Nothing happens. The artist builds installations to open people's minds by showing them what she does everyday. She becomes successful perhaps because the Outside is no longer, usurped by  modernity's dissolving boundaries. The Inside (the inner life) is the new frontier in art. Artist continues to use oracular devices in the form of diagrams to open her mind. One day, a leak appears in her mind, one that connects her to the 'other' side. The vast unknown has returned her call and in the same shapes and forms she had been transmitting to it for years.  The artist frantically scribbles her thoughts down, relieved and breath-taken at the same time. She compiles her work and exhibits it. Each drawing, each diagram a message from the unknown and proof of its existence. Work of enormous importance to her and mankind in general. Unfortunately, no one can relate. People shun it. Art critics write it off. We are simply not ready." - FaSa

See https://www.camdenartscentre.org/whats-on/view/camplin

See also http://www.woundsthatbind.com/2017/01/exhibition-review-bonnie-camplin-camden.html

Caption: Image above: Installation view of Bonnie Camplin at Camden Arts Centre, 2016-17
Image courtesy of Camden Arts Centre, London. Photo: Mark Blower

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