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David Batchelor (born 1955, Dundee, Scotland) makes work about colour, often using found materials and always expressing a delight in the brilliance of the urban environment that is underlined by a critical concern with how we see and respond to colour in the modern world. View Batchelor’s other work...READ MORE
His extensive writings on colour theory include Chromophobia (2000) and The Luminous and the Grey (2014).
Recent exhibitions include Flatlands at Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh and Spike Island, Bristol, UK (2013/14); Light Show, touring to Hayward Gallery, London, UK/ Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia/ Sharjah Art Foundation,United Arab Emirates (2013/2015 )and Color Chart the landmark survey exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (2008). Batchelor has made many high profile public artworks including Sixty Minute Spectrum; a chromatic clock integrated into the roof of The Hayward Gallery, London, which counted down to the gallery's reopening. His works are held in the collection of Tate, London, UK; UBS Art Collection and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago, Chile.