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Welcome to my virtual art home

Looking at my art work, you might realize that I am somewhat all over the place in terms of artistic directions and approaches. I have been struggling with this for quite a while now. However, I have come to realize that my practice is focused on process and part of this process is the important aspect of change including new directions and abandonment (of work). Apart from that, as I constantly evaluate my work and myself, I change and develop things. If you think of art as a copy of nature, then I actually believe that I am heading into the right direction(s) as nature is constantly changing and evolving, adapting etc. The quality of my work is not so much within the single pieces of work but rather in my overall approach to work.

Anyway, if there is anything I can help you with, then get in touch via good old email or social media. Feel free to join my mailing list. No worries, I won't bombard you with weekly emails! Click HERE to subscribe to the mailing list.

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Jay

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Jay Rechsteiner at work
studio in Margate, UK, 2017

 

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Art exhibitons & presentations


3 Feb - 11 March 2018
Preview: Fri 2 Feb 7-11pm
Open: 11 – 6pm Fri, Sat, Sun
Group show
'At the Violet Hour'
curated by Chiara Williams Contemporary & Shaun Stamp
Nayland Rock Hotel, Margate, UK
info: http://www.chiarawilliams.com/at-the-violet-hour.html

artists: David Buckley | Emma Critchley | Simon Foxall | Dazzling Allgood | Susie Hamilton | Derek Jarman | Paul Knight | Victoria Lucas | Amanda Marchand | Jay Rechsteiner | Lindsay Segall | Shaun Stamp | Katie Surridge | Wolfgang Tillmans | Thomas Walker | Sally Waterman | Chiara Williams

 

7 - 15 April 2018
Opening party: Fri 6 April
Solo show
'The Last Day on Earth'
showing four works that are part of 'A series of dull & meaningless works of art'

  1. work 1: New Home
  2. work 2: Earthling
  3. work 3: The last work of art on earth
  4. work 4: Everything that makes our lives easier is interesting (Print inspired by Jeremy Deller)

The exhibition explores the challenges, dangers & impacts of the contineous digitalization that is radically transforming the way we live & communicate with each other.

curated by Chiara Williams Contemporary
Crate Space, Margate, UK
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