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Untitled (1956) – Red, Green and Yellow – Gone Fishing

Untitled (1956) – Red, Green and Yellow – Gone Fishing

Flat Time House & the Roberts Institute of Art

Flat Time House and the Roberts Institute of Art are pleased to present Untitled (1956) – Red, Green and Yellow – Gone Fishing, a publication that explores the complex network of ideas and relationships surrounding John Latham’s work in dialogue with important works from the David and Indrė Roberts Collection. The publication is produced in response to a trilogy of exhibitions that took place at FTHo between March and July 2022. Each exhibition took its title from a canonical Latham work in the David and Indrė Roberts Collection: Untitled (1956), Red, Green and Yellow (1967) and Gone Fishing (1959).

As part of Untitled, 1956, Ifeanyi Awachie writes an essay that explores non-rationality in the work of commissioned artist, Grace Ndiritu, helping to illuminate and unsettle our preconceived notions of rationality by revealing unconventional ways of living in her shamanic practices, performances and video art. For Red, Green and Yellow, Karenjit Sandhu uses her text to think about how an investigation into light, space and duration in Julius Heinemann’s site-specific installation might make one reconsider a bodily understanding of time. Finally, Paul Buck writes in response to Gone Fishing, his text presenting the reader with a sequence of psychological shifts that, like featured artist Boyle Family’s Earth Studies, provide portals to a different perspective.


144 pages, softbound


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