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David Shillinglaw, The Overview Effect, © Scream Gallery, London
Although always conscious of the history of painting, and at the same time celebrating outsider approaches, David’s paintings mix a formal approach to paint on canvas, whilst including other less ‘finished’ methods of realising ideas. At first glance, The Overview Effect leans towards a map and hints at a board game – brightly coloured and playful – but this is just the jump-off point as Shillinglaw’s intention is to lead you in, and then hope you get lost, becoming involved in his work.
All the places David has visited over the past 10 years are represented: NYC, Cape Town, Paris, London, Athens, Kosovo, Etc. All the different walls and streets he has covered with his art, and travelled through now become constellations on a map of his past, a beautiful piece for a pocket square and a brilliant talking point if you want to be noticed.
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