Works from 'The Pictorial Bible' Series

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


Exhibition of the 'Pictorial Bible II: Seal Up the Vision and Prophecy' project.

The second project in the series (exhibited in Works from the Pictorial Bible Series) continues to explore the potential for biblical texts to yield procedural systems and structures as a basis for visual images. In so doing, the works engage further the delimitations and determinations of the source, deploy alphabetic and numerical sequences, codified letter strands, architectonic proportions and shapes, recurrent patterns, exegetical processes, cross-referencing, and typographical abstractions. At the same time, the works address the historical and cultural background of Old and New Testament, and Protestant Reformation piety (its literature, music, pedagogy, and devotional practices). The artworks fall into five categories: Page Pictures; Inscription Images; Codified Images; Interpreted Codices; Codified Texts.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMuseum of Methodism, London
PublisherWesley's Chapel
Size22 exhibits
Publication statusPublished - 01 Nov 2007
EventWorks from 'The Pictorial Bible' Series -
Duration: 01 Nov 200708 Jan 2008


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