KATE BEAUGIÉ AND CATHY ROGERS 18 MARCH – 10 APRIL 2023
The Laurent Delaye Gallery is delighted to announce the duo exhibition Equinox with Kate Beaugié and Cathy Rogers. Both artists are multi-disciplinary experimental practitioners based in Kent. This exhibition focuses on their photogram works, with some selected other mediums.
My last house exhibition in my wonderful flat, that I’ve lived in for almost 15 years.
Featuring a new mural, the APPLIED PURE photogram print series, new oil paintings, life drawings and other works for sale.
A music film by Ewan Golder & Kate Beaugié
Featuring the SACCONI QUARTET playing Ludwig van Beethoven’s String Quartet no. 14 in C♯ minor, Opus 131 | Movement 1: Adagio ma non troppo e molto espressivo
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In response to my residency event with the Sacconi Quartet BEETHOVEN ON THE BEACH, Nathan Eaton-Baudains (mistereb) made this 13 minute documentary about the formation of the ideas behind the project.
I’m so honoured and touched by this brilliant and succinct piece of film making.
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Entry to the exhibition is free. No booking needed. The two events will have the same content. The sound and…
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Using Schubert’s “Die Winterreise” piece “Der Leiermann” (the hurdy gurdy man) as a starting point, I have used 16mm film…
As part of the Sacconi Residency Weekend, I have been invited to collaborate for one of the events. I interpreted this as an opportunity to re-contextualise the listening experience of classical music. Using the acoustic nature of the medium of the quartet to its advantage by relocating the quartet out of the concert space and placing them directly into the forces of nature.
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My first album cover for violin music composed and played by Mihailo Trandafilovski, released by Neuma Records
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A permanent artwork in St. Mary’s and St. Ethelburga church, Lyminge to honour Saint Ethelburga and Saint Eadbald and the Nail Bourne which brought human life to the area 8 – 10,000 years ago.
APPLIED PURE at the MI | Music & Light Symbiosis no. 3 Documentary film by Ewan Golder Back in 2019;…
16mm film made on a Bolex cine camera of an extinguished candle’s last flurry of smoke…
B L A C K L I G H T | W H I T E L I G H…
Painting blossom during lock down.
An immersive music, water and light art event, set in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. Featuring the concert harpsichordist Medea Bindewald.
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In a group exhibition in London, curated by Nico Kos Earle, to promote the Blue Marine Foundation.
An exhibition of my photogramic artwork in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. 18th November – 6th December…
Using water, light from a slide projector and a live-feed camera and projector to capture the patterns made in a…
Oil paintings made from light in the real world, January to March 2019