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The exhibition comprises a large-scale new work, a flotilla of boats, unique objects made of found wood collected during walks along the British coastline. Presented as an installation of hundreds, delicate and intricate, they become part of an epic whole.

Nine ‘proposals’ start the exhibition, a method that Liversidge has pursued for 27 years. Each A4 proposal, typed on an Olivetti typewriter, describes an artwork developed during the research phase of a project, irrespective of the outcome.

A neon text work, as a thought, suggests a thought hanging in the air. As an invitation for the viewer to complete, they are a manifested guide to thinking and duality. Installed as a pair they are a repeated, reoccurring thought.

A new series of small sculptures continues the exploration of repetition in “Either / Or.” An original found fragment is paired with a replica that Liversidge makes using airdrying clay, dust and multiple layers of watercolour to achieve an uncanny likeness to the found object. Similar but not the same, the found fragments are placed alongside their doppelgänger in museum mounts asking to be compared, revealing the similarities and their differences. The series questions identity, perception of likeness and accessibility.

The final work in the exhibition consists of two photographs of the same view. Taken without a tripod or a light meter with a rangefinder camera (the Fuji Fotorama) the second image is taken minutes later than the first. While Liversidge waits, the light shifts, revealing differences as time is bracketed; creating bookends to a short period of time.

at Kate MacGarry, London
until February 18, 2023

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