Camp Bread by Pat Flynn at Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Wigan

Posted on 15 July 2022

As early as 1998 Pat Flynn was experimenting with digital modelling and animation in the fine art world selling his work as limited edition C-Type prints, his work can be found in collections throughout Europe. Flynn has a group of other Manchester based or affiliated artists who have come together for a collective Genesis project entitled Connoisseurship and Spaghetti (Westerns) 5 established (IRL traditional) artists under one collective who share a long relationship with digital media; photography, 3D modelling and film. They are; Brass Art, John Carney, Jo Clements, Pat Flynn, Dave Griffiths, Mishka Henner, Andrew McDonald, Robin Megannity.

As part of A Modest Show the Camp Bread exhibition, originally shown at Kampus Gardens (Manchester), continues in the window spaces of Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Wigan from Tuesday 26 July – Tuesday 23 August.

ADDRESS: Grand Arcade, 23 Crompton St, Wigan, WN1 1BH (Inside the mall at the former Marks & Spencer store windows)

A Modest Show is the official collateral contemporary art event for British Art Show 9.

Image: Pat Flynn, cheeses, 2018, digitally rendered photograph, C-type, dibond, aluminium frame, 25.5 x 30.5 x 3 cm