The Device Of Affected Illusion // Noel Clueit // 2014
by Noel Clueit
Using a book on optical illusions, each print is produced from an attempt to straighten out a simple geometric illusion.
Unique edition of 50 + 5 artist proofs. Each print is individually produced and printed. Inkjet print on 130gsm cartridge paper, 350 x 272mm
(Photograph by Simon Pantling)
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Noel Clueit (b. 1984) lives and works in Manchester. He graduated from BA Fine Art at Cumbria Institute of the Arts, Carlisle in 2007. Solo exhibitions include: Document / Monitor (part of Group Show / Solo Show) Crate, Margate (2011); The Unmade Made, 36 Lime St Studios, Newcastle upon Tyne; Sunflowers, Satellite Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne; Lost Wisdom, Supercollider Projects, Blackpool (2009); What They Built We Destroyed, Project Space, Carlisle (2009).
Selected group exhibitions include: Fresh Is More, APG Gallery, Sheffield (2014); Zombie Modernism, Malgras | Naudet, Manchester; HIJACK, Stapleton Road Tavern, Bristol; Shit Show, Malgras | Naudet (2012); Seeing In The Dark, CIRCA Projects, Newcastle upon Tyne; Double Double, Workplace Gallery, Gateshead; Burlington Fine Arts Club, Piccadilly Place, Manchester; We Are All In This Together, Bureau, Manchester; Painting Show, Supercollider Projects, Blackpool (2011); DEADPAN, Royal Standard, Liverpool; Legacy I, Forman’s Sculpture Yard / LIU Gallery, London; From This Filthy Sewer Pure Gold Flows, Rogue Project Space, Manchester; A Curriculum, A Foundation, Liverpool; Supercollider Embassy, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool (2010); From This Filthy Sewer Pure Gold Flows, Supercollider Projects, Blackpool; Collide Now Young Supercollider, Supercollider Projects, Blackpool (2009).
In 2011 Clueit undertook a two-month studio residency at Bureau, Manchester. Previously he was AA2A Artist in Residence at Manchester School of Art; at Culture Shops, a Blackpool Council Arts Initiative; and was selected for A Curriculum, a studio residency at A Foundation, Liverpool (2010), and the Starter For Ten Studio Award, by Newcastle/Gateshead Council, Gateshead (2009). He was awarded the Cube Open - Curators Choice Award, selected by Juneau Projects (2008) and the Selectors Choice Award at the Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool (2008). Clueit’s work has featured in a number of artist publications, such as A Bulletin Quarterly (published by A Foundation, London), Space (published by Nous Vous), and The Lake District Years catalogue. His work is held in private collections in the UK and USA. // www.nfclueit.com