Andrew Bick

Drawing for Gillian Wise #15

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Year 2021
Medium Collaged screenprint, watercolour and pencil on paper
Dimensions 29.3 x 20.9 cm

About the work

For the 2019 Biennial I made the first Drawing for Gillian Wise in a tribute that now amounts to a series of fifteen. Since 2008 I have been in active dialogue with Wise and other members of these artists groups and at around the same time, I began adapting Wise’s pages from the 1972 Systems catalogue (Whitechapel Art Gallery) into grids used for my own drawing. Rather than appropriation, I consider this to be a method of re-presenting a radical approach to space and perception in ways that can find new audiences for my work and an insistent reminder of Wise’s visual acuity. The question this work addresses is that of how the act of remembering by bringing the under-known back to attention can also challenge and change canonical assumptions. Wise (1936 – 2020) is still in need of deeper consideration.

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