Paul Davies Space Displaced

13 – 31 October 2020

Paul Davies Built facade and pool, 2020
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Paul Davies Built facade and pool, 2020, oil on linen, 122 x 92cm
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Paul Davies Built facade in blue forest, 2020
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Paul Davies Built facade in blue forest, 2020, oil on linen, 122 x 92cm
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Paul Davies Built facade in foliage, 2020
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Paul Davies Built facade in foliage, 2020, oil on linen, 122 x 92cm
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Paul Davies Built facade in pink, 2020
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Paul Davies Built facade in pink, 2020, oil on linen, 122 x 92cm
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Paul Davies Built facade in two parts
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Paul Davies Built facade in two parts, 122 x 183cm
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Paul Davies Built facade in yellow, 2020
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Paul Davies Built facade in yellow, 2020, oil on linen, 122 x 92cm
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Paul Davies Built facade with chairs, 2020
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Paul Davies Built facade with chairs, 2020, oil on linen, 122 x 92cm
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Paul Davies Installation view 1

Paul Davies Installation view 1

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Paul Davies Installation view 2

Paul Davies Installation view 2

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Paul Davies Installation view 3

Paul Davies Installation view 3

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Paul Davies Installation view 4

Paul Davies Installation view 4

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Paul Davies Installation view 5

Paul Davies Installation view 5

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Paul Davies Installation view 6

Paul Davies Installation view 6

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Paul Davies Installation view 7

Paul Davies Installation view 7

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Paul Davies’s new body of work reflects on our inherent nature to rationalise the unknown. At first glance, the paintings appear to be a series of idyllic breezy poolside scenes, but are, in fact, deliberately crafted composites of unrelated subjects with various origins. Central to each painting is modern architecture; its practical design values are disrupted by a sense of infinite possibilities, as one building is repeated and flipped atop a multitude of layered backgrounds.

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