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DESCRIPTION: OFF THE WALL Tuesday 8th June 2004 11:00 am - Outside Tate Modern ­ Turbine Hall Entrance 11:30 am ­ Millennium Bridge 12:30 pm ­ Saatchi Gallery 1:30 pm ­ Trafalgar Square ­ Fourth Plinth Seven highly creative art students from Amersham & Wycombe College in Buckinghamshire, are making a stand against the restrictions imposed by the white space established galleries. Each individual artist will exhibit a piece of his or her own work at the venues shown above. They will stand holding their work for a few minutes, in silence allowing the general public to view their work in an uninhibited environment. The two-dimensional art on show incorporates both representational and abstract images. This exhibition is a culmination of an intense two-year course, which illustrates the high standard and dedication of the students. Exhibiting artists and their subjects are: Carol Holden - ecology Debbie Mason- memories Nick Park ­ geometry Cathie Pemberton ­ architecture (Represented by Wendy Ryan ­ Trafalgar Sq.) Melissa Setterington ­ cultural identity Marianne Van Der Maas - equestrian Danielle Worthington ­ emotional restriction
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COPYRIGHT: All rights reserved by Danielle Worthington
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