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Image: Richard Caldicott, Large Square Scarf



November 29 - December 4, 2016


Richard Caldicott Untitled #8 2015 Photogram and paper negative 7 x 10 inches 

NOICE Magazine

Feature in NOICE Magazine, November 2016

Richard Caldicott Untitled 2016, Ballpoint pen and inkjet on paper, 29.7 x 21 cm

Imperfect Reverse

Camberwell Space Projects
Camberwell College of Arts Wilson Road
London SE5 8UF

Private View: 27 October 2016, 5pm - 8pm

Symposium: 3 November 2016, 6pm - 8.30pm

Exhibition Runs: 18 October – 18 November 2016

Artists include: Dominic Beattie, Andrew Bick, Katrina Blannin, Jane Bustin, Richard Caldicott, Simon Callery, Colin Cina, Nathan Cohen, Chris Daniels Natalie Dower, Tim Ellis, Julia Farrer, Sue Kennington, Sharon Hall, Andrew Harrison, Hanz Hancock, Michael Kidner, Sylvia Lerin, Patrick Morrissey, Marta Marce, Ian Monroe, Laurence Noga, David Oates, Andrew Parkinson, Jonathan Parsons, Charley Peters, Carol Robertson, Wendy Smith, Daniel Sturgis, Trevor Sutton, Kate Terry, Estelle Thompson, Finbar Ward 
Camberwell Space Projects presents Imperfect Reverse, a group exhibition curated by Laurence Noga, in collaboration with Saturation Point, an editorial and curatorial project for reductive, geometric and systems artists working in the UK.  The term ‘imperfect reverse’ intimates a move towards a structural logic, generative grammar, allowing an outside system or set of rules to drive the making of a series of works. 
Bringing together the work of artists from the 1960s and 70s Systems Group, to younger artists working today, this exhibition surveys a wide range of approaches to the notion of an imperfect reverse. 
This exhibition questions that transformation through a coercion that is both temporal and aspectual. Examining an operational shift in working process towards a synthesis of experience.
The nature of imperfection is highly absorbing perhaps acting like a filtering function. Those imperfections seen within a work of art that has a precise, complete, and consistent knowledge within a predefined system, allow a shift in the interpretation. Restrictions and their connotations are revealing because that formality opens up the possibility of a parallel line of enquiry, towards a reverse, or imperfect process driven by imperfect knowledge. 

This exhibition will travel to:
Ruskin Gallery
Anglia Ruskin University, East Road
Cambridge CB1 1PT

Exhibition Runs: 24 November - 21 January 2017
Private View: Thursday 24 November 2016, 5pm - 8pm

Catalogue available

Richard Caldicott Untitled 2013, ballpoint pen and inkjet on two paper envelopes 22 x 22 cm Unique


Marco Breuer, Richard Caldicott, Inge Dick, Harald Mairböck, Erwald Maurer, Andreas Müller-Pohle, Claus Stolz

30.09. – 10.12.2016
Vernissage 30.09.2016 7:00 pm

Photo Edition Berlin
Ystader Straße 14A
10437 Berlin
T 030 417 178 31

Concrete photography can be understood as an independent branch of the concrete arts. It takes its place alongside other forms, such as concrete painting, concrete music and concrete poetry. At the same time, it’s a subsection of photography in general, and comprises a separate contribution to the history of art and photography. Its development began around 1900 and continues to this day. Photo Edition Berlin introduced the most important pioneers of generative and concrete photography at the European Month of Photography Berlin 2014, meeting with great success and interest; now, it presents the following generation with a focus on artists whose works manifest the materiality of light, chemistry, the photographic paper and process. 
E-catalog of the exhibition
katalog_konkrete_MDF 2012_1.2_M.pdf
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Richard Caldicott
Blue Elements with Geometry, 2004, C-print  50 x 40 inches. Edition of 5
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