Ian Pearson

14 June – 9 July 2014

ian-pearson

Ian Pearson

Parachute 45×45cm oil on canvas

about the artist

Ian Pearson
Eye Music

Opening Tuesday 17 June 6-8pm
14 June – 9 July 2014

These works address notions of place and belonging within the conceptual framework of notions of masculinity/femininity constructed around a matrix benignly alluded to by intergenerational concepts of unaligned malignancy often framed by indigenous/anthropological supremacy raising questions and demolishing stereotypical ideas formulated by a patriarchal nemesis and hegemony dictated within hierarchic manifestations and alluding to a quasi political indoctrination often referred to as the “quallude syndrome” in the inter-textural manifestations of the french post-hypnotics in their Paris Manifesto of the late twentieth century and re-visited by certain train drivers who saw it as an attack on their credibility which investigates/de-constructs notions of temporality and seeks to un-pack relationships and inveigle the demonstrably innocuous accretions of a post-colonial intransigence dictated to an by an indifferent yet morally obsequious ruling class otherwise known as “the Rumpleshards” and often dismissed by the intransigent “upholders of taste” as being nothing more than parsimonious dictators interested only in the plebian ambitions of the culturally challenged and speaks of a complex personal engagement with notions of good/evil,big/small,loud/quiet, and the obsfucations intrinsic in any attempt to indoctrinate/pacify the cultural “norm”. I also just like to paint!


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