Edward Liddle, who received a First in Fine Art Painting from the University of Brighton, is showing his Carrement! exhibition at the prestigious Centrale for Contemporary Art in Brussels.
According to the exhibition’s blurb, Liddle “questions the meaning of creating artworks, particularly objects that can be considered as paintings”.
The artist uses objects that he has found on the streets of Brussels, including painted fragments of doors, tables, chairs, floor tiles and remains of wallpapers. Put together, these items form a collection of artworks that “speak and stem directly from Brussels”.
Speaking about what inspired Carrement!, Liddle said: “Walking. Being in Brussels, looking at old buildings, being at markets and going through bins. Things like these [the objects] are everywhere, sometimes discarded and at other times polished and revered.”
Carrement! By Edward Liddle runs at the Centrale for Contemporary Art in Brussels until Sunday, 18 November.
For more on Liddle’s work, visit his website.