Jane Grisewood Artist



Black on Black
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Black on Black, 2016
VOID, St John on Bethnal Green, London

Black on Black series of 22 drawings (31 x 31 cm each / installation 190 x 126 cm) and one wall hanging (250 x 150 cm) explore blackness through different black paints on black paper. A series of 20 Black Hole photographs (21 x 21 cm each / installation 164 x 135 cm) present a typology of voids found in numerous locations around the world. Blacker than Black: The optical black surface was developed specially for space telescopes and satellites as it absorbs almost all light (30 x 30 cm).

Artists: Louise Beer, Jane Grisewood, John Hooper, Rebecca Huxley, Melanie King, Joshua Space and Sarah Sparkes. Talk from Chris Welch, Professor of Space Engineering at the International Space University in Strasbourg, France.

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Black on Black
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