Wednesday, December 30, 2020


"Things burble up, ghosts drift like flotsam in the flow of images, us all treading water not wanting to drown in this subconsciousness ... in soup haunted, like a purgatory. ... using your memory of history's painting against you. These paintings feel like being gaslit: isn't that what's his name in new colors? No, these are entirely new paintings. History flows through the bejeweled eye of the beholder's digestive endpoint, already chewed and expelled for us."

"Paintings become disfigured, gargoyles misremembered"

Jill Mulleady at Galerie Neu