10 April 2012

Alizarin Goldflake and Blue Tsuki at Split Screen

I'm hardly the first to blog about the two artists whose work is featured through the month of April at Split Screen, but I hope I'm also not the last. Curated by Dividni Shostakovich, the Split Screen Installation Space presents both established and emerging artists, and the current presentations are not to be missed.

The first work, by Alizarin Goldflake and pictured above, is entitled Acquarella: After the Apocalypse (Chapters 1 & 2). A fiery world where something has clearly gone wrong, it tells the story of efforts by the goddess Acquarella to repopulate the dead ocean after humans have destroyed life on earth. You can read more on Alizarin's blog.

The second space, Adagio (photo below) by Blue Tsuki is, as the name suggests, a more meditative space, populated with slowly turning windmills in a watery world, surrounding a field of urns that gently emerge from flowers. The sounds are lovely, so please turn up your volume.

If you can, please consider making a contribution to the tip jar for Split Screen, located right at the landing point.

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