Sculptures on display at Bar Form on Sunday 2nd August
Ian Byford has been picked as one of a small number of artists to display their work at Bar Form, Genotin Road, as part of Form Fest, a three day mini-festival that will showcase music, art and fashion.
Born in Enfield and currently living in Waltham Cross, Ian Byford, 23, works in a variety of mediums, including sculpture, photography, digital art and writing. Often his sculptures are composed of materials either found or donated, or bought from charity shops and he has recently been working on a multi-media project entitled ‘Distopeian Scrapbook’ that tells the stories of individuals living in a not too distant future that is far from perfect.
The ‘Distopeian Scrapbook’ will be represented by a number of works that will be on display at Bar Form, including new sculptures that have been created especially for the Form Fest exhibition and a limited number of mini-comics have been written and produced that will be available free, exclusively at the event.
More art, works in progress and the Distopeian Scrapbook so far can be viewed on www.ianbyfordart.blogspot.com
Ian Byford will be exhibiting his work from 6pm – 8pm on Sunday 2nd August at Bar Form, Genotin Road.
ok, so The Enfield Advertiser disapointingly overlooked my brother and his exhibition so i thought i'd use my initiative and publish an online article so you all know what's going on this weekend, actually it's more like a copy and paste of my press release which is pretty much what 'journalists' at local papers do anyway
and since Bar Form seemed to be coming up a little bit short on artists i decided that i'd exhibit some of my photography alongside my brother's sculptures (cos he's not the only talented one in the family y'know) to help em out, so i have been hastily putting together my own display, so head down to Bar Form this weekend for a three day mini-festival kicking off tomorrow, featuring the fantabulous Bubblegum Stomp DJing on Saturday and artsy stuff from both me and my brother on Sunday
(click the flyer for a larger view)