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Paul Malone – Open Studio, Deptford, London

Tuesday, September 13th, 2005

Shadow Dot Bar
Perspex, spirit dye and aluminium.
100x2x2cms : 2004
Paul Malone
‘Light Ballistic Spectrum’
Perspex and shellac.
100x15x8cms : 2000Ballistics

An email announcement from Paul Malone.
Just to let you know the A.P.T. Artists Open Studios are on this weekend – the 17th and 18th September, 1 – 6 pm.
At 6, Creekside, Deptford, London. SE8

Featured artists are Andy Parsons Chris Marshall Liz Harrison Nicola Rae and Paul Malone

Visit their beautiful website.Splash

“A2 Arts is an independent group of contemporary visual artists, named after the main A2 road in South East London, along which we all live, work and travel.”

Perpetuum Mobile

Sunday, May 4th, 2008

Perpetuum Mobile is an international exhibition curated by Paul Malone, Nicola Rae and Mickey Dell.

Georgio Tentolini tentolini Italy

Paul Malone <> malone UK

Andy Parsons parsons Ireland

You can view videos, “Father’s Tongue” by Chia-En Jao and Paul Malone’s “Footfall Railroad” here.

Simon Betts – UK <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> <> Chia-En Jao- Taiwan

More previous int’l exhibits organized by Paul Malone, here and here, and view Paul Malone sculptures 2005.

Location : Art in Perpetuity Gallery, 6 Creekside, London SE8 4SA
Dates and times : Thursday 8th to 25th May 2008. Thursday to Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm
Private View : *Friday 9th May. 6 – 9 pm. Finissage : Saturday 24th May 6 – 7 pm

Primavera – Art Exhibition

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

Primavera’ is an exhibition featuring contemporary artists from Italy, the Netherlands and the UK.

Primavera Primavera Paul Malone

The themes of renewal and ‘first truth’ are realised in diverse formats, from made artefacts to digital projection.

The exhibition also draws from the history and character of the gallery, which is sited in a former flower shop and listed building.

Here is the announcement of this exhibition – see more artists listed on this page.
(via email from Paul Malone)

Giorgio Tentolini has an ambitious flash site, check his Object page, then to Sirene, Exhibition 05 and Settestate from his ART page.

His interviews – Her Noise – & Their Exhibit

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

Four interviews of William Gass
William Gass’ interview from Believer Magazine.
“But I do have a very conscious desire not to be academic. I’m antiacademic. I hate jargon. I hate that sort of pretension. I am a person who [commits] breaches of decorum—not in private life, but in my work. They are part of my mode of operation. That kind of playfulness is part of my nature in general. The paradox that, in a way, to take something very seriously, you can’t always be serious about it..” (via 3quarksdaily).

On Teaching and writing interviewed by Jan Garden Castro.
“Gass: I’m interested in making a self-contained system of concepts, ideas that will then define a kind of consciousness. It’s a way of inventing a consciousness by supplying someone with the structure and content of an experience. So I make that up and create that consciousness. It’s not a consciousness of the world; it’s a consciousness of the work.”
On Wittgenstein,
“The intellectual integrity he displayed was awesome, absolutely. I was watching not just a really great mind in operation but also an absolutely honest and pure intellect. I don’t think he was an honest and pure person, but he had that intellect, and you saw it. It was like seeing a great artist in operation—absolute scruple. No second-rate stuff would be permitted. That was really impressive. Again, it was an exemplification. Socrates embodies that way; I’m sure Spinoza must have. And Wittgenstein was the complete embodiment of that quest in himself.”

From Gadfly an interview on William Gass in 1998 – “The Tunnel may well be the greatest prose performance since Nabokov’s Pale Fire, but only the most stalwart readers will be able to last the full trip through Kohler’s anti‑Semitic, sexually-depraved and bathroom‑humor obsessed world. ”

“For instance, I can show in what way a sentence by Henry James “is” a spiral staircase. It has the same thought. And my mind works that way. (From Center for book culture – W.G interviewed by Arthur M. Saltzman)


Two art exhibit announcements via email
Received this notice via Paul Malone this morning.
“I’m making a series of 6 radio programmes for HER NOISE at South London Gallery.” Melanie Clifford.

Broadcast in London on Resonance 104.4fm and worldwide online/

South London Gallery 16.30 – 16.45 gmt Wednesday 16th; 23rd; 30th November; 7th; 14th; 21st December 2005.

The PearlC.Yuen Pearl
This announcement from Charles Yuen via email came from Brooklyn.
The Road So Far
Metaphor contemporary art
382 atlantic avenue, brooklyn, ny 11217
November 16 – December 18, 2005

Charles Yuen, Tricia Wright, Ilene Sunshine, Margaret Neill, Mary Judge, Mary Ting, Lissi Sigillo,
Julie Evans, Julie Gross, Stephen Nguyen, Martin Kruck, and Jung Hyang Kim.

Deptford X Ephemeral Cities – Net Art Open from London

Friday, October 28th, 2005

The Ephemeral Cities web art project is curated by Paul Malone and hosted by A2 Arts in collaboration with the Deptford X Festival.
Click on the small thumbnail image to the left of the page to see each artist’s project.


Contributors : Caspar Below, Elizabeth Coulter-Smith, Errol Francis, Valery Grancher, Fung Lin Hall, Susie Hinchliffe, Julian Konczak, Mac McKean, Paul Malone, Andy Parsons, Nicola Rae, Jurgen Trautwein

(To Paul, thanks for putting together Net Open and for inviting me. Fung-Lin Hall.)