Tom Worsfold, Felt Tip, 2017
7 October – 18 November 2017
Tom Worsfold is pleased to present a new series of drawings, Felt Tip. Working from memory, these pen drawings depict guys performing their everyday pastimes: a weekly manicure; pumping footballs; thumbs swiping left. Revisiting the biro doodles of his teens, Worsfold describes the rituals, obsessions and anxieties of his grown-ups. Started without a planned composition, limbs flower from objects et vice versa; diagrams of exchange between a body and accoutrements made to be touched, held, kicked, drank, ridden, tapped, squeezed and rubbed all over.
Tom Worsfold (b. 1990, Cambridge) previously studied at the Royal Academy Schools and the Slade School of Fine Art. Recent exhibitions have included a solo presentation at Carlos/Ishikawa (London). His work has been included in recent exhibitions at Hunter/Whitfield (London), Royal Academy of Arts, and Bloomberg New Contemporaries (Spike Island, Bristol; ICA, London). He currently lives and works in London.
Thursday 16 November 2017, 6-7.30PM
Screening of Sandi Hughes’ archive Rewind Fast Forward followed by a panel discussion with Sandi Hughes, Laura Hudson, Ryan Kearney and Tom Worsfold. Curated by Ryan Kearney.
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