• June 2009 - September 2009 - Turner Contemporary Open, Margate.
• January 2009 - “Superstructure”, Medcalf, Exmouth Market, London EC1.
• October 2008 - Canterbury Art Fair, University of the Creative Arts, Canterbury
• April 2008 - The Coach House Gallery, St Johns, Wakefield.
• February 2008 - “Climate for Change”, Finchley Road, Camden.
• December 2007 - “By Hand 9”, Annual County Show, County Hall, Maidstone.
• Superstructure 2 in The Observer Magazine, November 9th 2008.
July 2008 - Artists Don’t Bite, Maidstone
May 2008 - Cans Festival, Leake Street, London
Ten years ago the mathematician Thomas Hales proved that the hexagonal geometry
used by honey bees to build their hives was the most efficient structure to produce maximum cells with least wax. In the publication of “On the Origin of Species”, Charles Darwin claimed that those creatures most adept at mathematics would come out on top.
I make paintings where form and colour speak directly - I believe that truth is held in the balance between order and chaos.
Duncan graduated from Kent University in 2007 with a first class degree in fine art.