20 September 2012

David Batchelor



"The work by David Batchelor  (b. 1955) is largely concerned with the experience of colour in modern urban life. It typically comprises found light-industrial objects or domestic utensils – from warehouse dollies, lightboxes or balls of electrical flex to cheap plastic bottles, toys or sunglasses. These objects are either themselves brightly coloured, or they provide a support for panels of vivid, often illuminated colours." - more info at GEM. See more;