Timo Kube (b. 1977 in Harsewinkel, Germany) lives and works in London, UK. Traversing painting and sculpture, Kube’s artwork deconstructs perception – a phenomenological concept that is spatially and temporally formed between spectator, object and image. He uses natural and industrial materials such as clay, concrete, rocks, foam, fabrics, polyester and mirror in order to create objects, or spatial devices – Kube’s term – that offer a personal encounter with the relationship between reality and perception.
Exhibitions include: NEUE KONSTELLATION, Galerie Gisela Clement, Bonn, Germany; Friendship mit Gelassenheit (in collaboration with Robert Luzar), Kuenstlerhaus, Dortmund, Germany; Tracing Reflection, The Bun House, London, UK; Farbe ohne Farbe, Galerie Ulrich Mueller, Cologne, Germany; The Reality of The Unbuilt, Stiftung Insel Hombroich Raketenstation Haus fuer Musiker, Neuss, Germany.
For more information visit timokube.net.
Sofie Alsbo, Maria de Lima, Craig Dow, Timo Kube, Ines Rebelo and Francis Thorburn
For Cleave, six artists working across sound, sculpture, video, painting, photography and performance will install their artwork across three arches in a dynamic format that switches between minimal/maximal space and male/female artists.
The word ‘cleave’ means both to split and to adhere to – embodying acts of divergence, as well as convergence. Cleave begins as a concept split along natural lines of being that, when taken as a whole, establishes a common artistic expression linking the three arches into one coherent whole.
Supported by WAVEparticle as part of the award-winning Laurieston Art Strategy: Open Spaces.
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sun, 12 noon-5pm