Paul Rogers – ICE-CONIC


19 September 2017 – 25 November 2017 ICE-CONIC is a collection of photographic images illustrating ‘ice cream point-of-sale models’ in a variety of different settings and circumstances. 
Although made in a range of locations most, if not all, of the cones carry the same message, which is to promote the sale of ice cream, with all the pleasure and enjoyment that this entails. 
As the cones become an enduring artefact of British cultural identity – icons – we thought it appropriate to exhibit the work in a now permanent, example of British iconicity, the red telephone box.  
Paul Rogers has exhibited previously in the Gallery on the Green with ‘Life Line’, in the summer of 2013, and in joining Roger Taylor with a project in the  spring of 2015 entitled ‘Click’ .
Now click below to read an introduction to the  current exhibition by Dr Jill Fernie-Clarke, who was until recently Vice Principal Academic and Head of Creative Research Development at the Cleveland College of Art and Design. She has also initiated, developed and managed post graduate masters programmes in creative arts and design under the auspices of Lancaster University and the Open University. 
Ice-conic introduction

 

Paul Rogers opens the exhibition

Paul Rogers opens the exhibition

 

Gallery interior

Gallery interior

 

Another view of the exhibition

Another view of the exhibition

 

Some of the exhibitsice cone 2 ice cone 3