The McCaslin Project Space is hosting an open house day on Friday 14th where we will be available all day, with the artist, to show the works in the exhibition: Antiquity.
Location: 18/20 St John Street, First Floor, London, EC1M. Nearest Tube: Farringdon. Please call on arrival: 07802416163
Developed over a period of over five years, the results are a richly, dense, playful and exciting series of drawings inspired by the British Museum's collections of Assyrian, Mesoamerican, Greek, Mesopotamian and other antiquities.
Bosich's "Antiquity" is rooted in the search of the fragmentary. The works explore how antiquity discloses the multiple primordial worlds, and the artist's intention is to piece together the past, present and future into a coherent whole. The artist's use of the unconventional combination of ink and wine has uncanny parallels with a poem by the 13th century mystic, Abraham Abulafia, often cited by the artist, about perceiving our soul as blood and our spirit as ink, and that understanding the battle that rages between them is our key to self-knowledge.