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Simon Bayliss artist talk at Exeter Phoenix 31 January 2018

Alongside his Phoenix Gallery exhibition Kangaroo Beach, Simon Bayliss presents his 2015 neon work Past-Oral, inspired by his interest in notions of Arcadia. It reflects the artists on-going exploration of conflicting feelings and problems associated with romanticising the countryside – particularly in contemporary art – as well as the recurring motif of Arcadia within queer film, literature and painting, as a pastoral utopia away from public scrutiny.

http://www.exeterphoenix.org.uk/events/simon-bayliss-past-oral/

Exeter School of Art: http://exeterschoolofart.co.uk/fine-art-foundation-degree

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