Jeremy Glogan

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression

Limazulu, London 2014

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression

Limazulu, London 2014

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression

Limazulu, London 2014

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression

Limazulu, London 2014

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression

Limazulu, London 2014

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 1

2014, Oil on canvas, 61 x 46 cm

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 2

2014, Oil on linen, 91 x 71 cm

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 3

2014, Oil on canvas, 180 x 180 cm

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 4

2014, Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 5

2014, Oil on canvas, 71 x 91 cm

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 6

2014, Oil on canvas, 46 x 61 cm

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 7

2014, Oil on canvas, 50 x 50 cm

Jeremy Glogan painting © Jeremy Glogan

Passive Acceptance of Increasing Oppression 8

2014, Oil on canvas, 46 x 61 cm

Press Release

FROM AN INTERVIEW WITH A CORPORATE WORKER: “In the place where I work, post-crash, post-austerity, post-internet, you can feel the corporate noose systematically tightening around the worker’s necks. The management are actively encouraged to consider only the needs of the business, the workers are clearly bottom of the pile. It is unnerving to observe the managers from week to week as they gradually morph into capitulating automatons giggling with their flunkies and spouting absurd 'corporate-speak'. The worker needs to earn a living whilst aspiring to some sort of job/life satisfaction; the corporation requires the workers' blind acceptance of their increasingly ludicrous inhuman system, incompatible with social need and desire. Sometimes it slips from my mind that I work there, that I am part of it.” FROM AN INTERVIEW WITH A PAINTER: "The background starts with a group of freely applied colours. A systematic blending of the initial marks then creates a homogeneous totality of uniformly brushed columns complying with the forced logic of the system and the restriction of the rectilinear support. In the foreground looser marks flow and punctuate this surface, irregular and idiosyncratic, they seek and find an order though not one enforced by a rigorously imposed system. The foreground and the background are different but they look quite nice together don't they?" LIMAZULU Unit 3J Omega Works 167 Hermitage Road London N4 1LZ Opening Thurs 10th July 7-10pm 11th-14th July 2014 by appointment limazulu.co.uk


exhibition by Jeremy Glogan