Kunststücke, Report on Clare Goodwin's collaboration with acrush for Zürcher Kantonalbank
THE MUSEUM OF
THE UNWANTED 1.
An Artist curated project by Clare Goodwin, Kunstraum Kolin21, Zug 2015
Artists: Tom Ellis, Gregory Hari, Huber.Huber, Alexandra Navratil,
Loredana Sperini, Juliana Irene Smith, Clare Goodwin
Essay by Rebecca Geldard
Intro by Clare Goodwin
Copy right Kunstmuseum Olten, 2015
ISBN 978-3-909090-74-7 Vexer Verlag St.Gallen/Berlin
THE MUSEUM OF
THE UNWANTED 2.
An Artist curated project by Clare Goodwin, Kunstmuseum Olten 2015
Artists: Anna Barriball, Pascal Danz, Matthias Gabi, Andy Holden, Charlie Jeffry, Brighid Lowe, Shana Lutker, Kris Martin, Zoë Mendelson, Sophie Michael & Andrew Munks, John Stezaker, Costa Vece, Clare Goodwin
Essay by Aoife Resenmeyer
Intro by Dorothee Messmer
Copy right Kunstmuseum Olten, 2015 ISBN 978-3-909090-75-4 Vexer Verlag St.Gallen/Berlin
Ed. by CentrePasquArt Biel/Bienne.
Texts Rebecca Geldard, Daniel Morgenthaler.
Interview: Felicity Lunn with Clare Goodwin. German/English/French. Hardcover, 80 pages. Graphics/NORM
Clare Goodwin’s paintings—reduced as they are to lines, shapes, and patterns—are formally precise, hard-edge compositions. Entitling the works with English names that were commonplace in the past instils the sober sphere of geometric abstraction with humor and a sense of intimacy. The catalog fosters a dialog between newer paintings and a selection of older works, as well as current sculptural works and objects embedded in spatial environments.
An insistence on life-scale representation is key to all of Goodwin’s works, i.e. everything depicted is the same size as in reality. This concept has also been applied to the publication, for which Clare Goodwin has produced a series of 48 colored paintings that have been printed in a precise 1:1 size ratio.