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Ash in situ

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Condition report: Fig. 3 photomicrograph, sample 1, side 1

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Installation view

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Installation view

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Samara Scott

French, 2012
woven carpet, household paint
400 x 104 cm

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Samara Scott

French, 2012 (detail)
woven carpet, household paint
400 x 104 cm

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Graham Hudson

200612_SE154QL, 2012
A3 graph paper, rock, glue, wallpaper paste
42 x 29 cm

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Jeremy Glogan

The Same Place The Ash Got Dropped, 2012
acrylic on canvas
180 x 180 cm

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Jess Flood-Paddock

Dust to Dust, 2012
film still

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Oliver Osborne

Rubber-plant 5 (Otto responds), 2012
oil and digital print on Linen
30 x 26 cm

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John Tiney

Forgottens 3, 2012
found oil painting on canvas, acrylic
50.5 x 45 cm

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John Tiney

Forgottens 1, 2012
found oil painting on canvas, acrylic
39.4 x 124.2 cm

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Patrick Cole

Ziggurat, 2012
wood, plaster, paper, ceramics
dimensions variable

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Rhys Coren

Crazy Gang, 2012
lazercut MDF, acrylic paint
60 x 60 cm

THE RESPONSE

Patrick ColeRhys CorenJess Flood-PaddockJeremy GloganGraham HudsonOliver OsborneSamara ScottJohn Tiney

Private View: 22 June 6 – 9 pm

The Sunday Painter Gallery invites eight artists to produce work in response to a small piece of discarded cigarette ash that has lain dormant on a small structural outcrop within one of the gallery toilets for roughly over two years. Its continued presence noticed repeatedly throughout this time – and there it still lies awaiting the dizzying homage – an exhibition in response to it, in the gallery above.

A conservation condition report on the piece of ash has been carried out: View condition report