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Matt Ford Art Show SS12 Liverpool

A dazzling cocktail of Hollywood, a modern choir, a D.J troupe and art collections from four Liverpool artists heralded the arrival of Liverpool Art Month at Camp and Furnace.

THE ART SHOW Spring/Summer 2012 blasted out of the furnace with fire, passion and energy, masterminded by artist Matt Ford and Liverpool’s Dot Art.

Alan Cummins, Matt Ford, Millie Dollar.

Alan Cummins, Matt Ford, Millie Dollar.

If Liverpool sophistication was a currency it would have to be Millie Dollar. Although not performing at this Art Show (Millie stunned the crowd at the Autumn/Winter spectacle with her Burlesque charm), Millie floated around the venue like a star from 1930’s film noir, with a slick sensuality.

Actor Alan Cummings was on hand to interview the participants for an up and coming show about regional culture, to be broadcast this Autumn on Sky Atlantic.

Sense of Sound heightened the atmosphere with a set of soul lifting tunes, followed by the melodic mesh of Cantmix,Wontmix,Shdntmix,Dontmix to energise the crowd and really get the cultural bash booming.

Matt Ford showcased two new catalogues of work: The LIVERPOOL Collection and The BRUISE Collection.

Inkblot tests made from images of cuts and bruises.

Inkblot tests made from images of cuts and bruises.

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Matt ford artwork bruise in black

With the Liverpool Collection, Ford boldly separated the Three Graces into a triptych, the norm is to package the three individual jewels in the Liverpool Waterfront crown all together in one canvas.

By isolating the pieces of Architecture, Ford focuses on the individual splendour and beauty of each of the iconic buildings.

The highlight of the collection has to be the eye piercing image of the Cathedral, looking like it belongs to a medieval archive.

The BRUISE collection takes inspiration from a new local play of the same title on the subject of domestic violence.

The works highlights Ford’s exploration of taking inspiration from one medium (fringe theatre) and see what happens when the two synergise.

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