Forests and Trees: Among The Trees, Hayward Gallery, London, UK, 4th March - 17th May 2020.
Forests and Trees focuses on research into landscape as metaphor for the human condition, the Contemporary Sublime, human psychology, atmospheric conditions and subjects surrounding climate change.
This item contains text detailing the artwork exhibtied, exhibition press release, information on the exhibition catalogue, 4 detailed images of the artwork and images of 4 exhibition views.
This item documents the inclusion of And Then The World Changed Colour:Breathing Yellow in the exhibition Among The Trees that opened at the Hayward Gallery on 4th March 2020. Curated by Ralph Rugof, Director of the Hayward Gallery, Among The Trees was an exhibition featuring key works of art, by 38 international artists, that explored how trees have shaped human civilisation and their representation in art. For a full list of participating artists in Among The Trees please refer to the press release in this item.
And Then The World Changed Colour: Breathing Yellow
Photography: Benjamin Jones, Mark Blower and Hugo McGregor. Images used with permission courtesy of the photographers and Hayward Gallery.
And Then The World Changed Colour: Breathing Yellow has also been exhibited in Sediment, a solo show at Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick, Ireland, 2019.
Neudecker's work Much Was Decided (2000) and 'because I could not stop' (2002) by Anya Gallaccio's also appear in these exhibition views, with permission of the artists.
This is a link to an audio essay written in response to Among the Trees including including reference to 'And Then...Breathing Yellow' by the poet Holly Corfield Carr:
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