What we know about the past is gleaned from all the evidence we have at hand in the present. Without doubt we learn from the past – but are we destined to continue to repeat everything? by Molyneux
The development of art is closely related to generations. We all create new things by reflecting on the past. Geoff Molyneux (1951- ) is a British artist born in the 50s. His past practices reveal the relationship between his contexts and the evolution of art. He has witnessed and participated in the western art world from the mid-70s. Now living in Manchester, Molyneux studied art in Liverpool in his early years. His early works were mainly based on construction and geometric forms. Later, he has branched out into installations, Earth art or video and performance art. In addition, he has partnered extensively with visual artists, dancers, musicians and filmmakers in cross-disciplinary work. This exhibition “Molyneux”, a collaboration with a Taiwanese artist, Chou Yu-Cheng, will showcase Geoff Molyneux on another level through compilation and representation.