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OPENING: Friday 7 August 6 - 9pm | DATES: 6 - 21 August 2015

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FRONT GALLERY

MOMENTARIUM
Christopher Hancock

Momentarium is the latest series of work from Christopher Hancock. Following on from his successful show Depressionism earlier in the year, this new body of work sees Hancock moving forward to immerse himself and his artistic processes in the current moment, the now.

Leaving behind pre-meditated construction, these works embody a process of applied chance and appreciation for what ‘is’.  The artist has developed a harmonious bond between paint and consciousness, allowing both to flow freely into new and exciting places. 

 

BACK GALLERY

EVERYTHING IS HARD AND BORING
Caragh Brooks

“I could tell you that Brooks uses autobiographical cartoons and text-based works as a misanthropic critique of self-representation and the performance of identity within contemporary western youth culture.

And that from a position of complicity, the work explores themes of entitlement, banality, neurotic behaviour and dependence on technology through acerbic drawings.

Or I could just tell you that everything is hard and boring.”

 

 

 

UPSTAIRS GALLERY

LIGHT MATTER MATTERS MORE THAN
DARK MATTER MATTERS
Danish Quapoor

Using rare materials such as pens and paper, Danish Quapoor has crafted his latest body of work - a stylised, illustrated universe occupied by angels, demons and impressionable humanimals, surrounded by crystals of light and dot matrixes of dark matter. Quapoor references temptation, frenemies, fashion, promiscuity, indecision and the occasionally dichotomous relationship between spiritual and secular morality, whilst also contesting the significance of these subjects with ostensible frivolity, wordplay and humour.

 

 

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