The Free Space Project presents Flux, an exhibition showing the work of 4 artists whose unique practices express notions of transitions, using the body, emotions and personal experiences to shape their works.
Debbie Harman presents work from her project Dialect of the Deep, documenting the experience of caring for her mother whilst she underwent treatment for throat cancer.
In her project I Am the Door Diane Bielik explores non-ending cycles of life in a series of images of blossom in its varying states shot over a number of years.
Liz Orton’s Digital Insides explores the relationship between medical imaging and the body, using radiology software to make visible the body’s skin, traces of the patient’s clothing, and signs of the imaging machine itself.
Highlighting her collaborative practice, Jessie Edwards Thomas shares work from her project with Kevin Bright, a man currently housed in support accommodation for those with complex needs. Together they create works in response to each other, passing images between them in an act of reinterpretation and reflection.
March 9th — June 15th 2018
Monday — Friday
8.30am — 6.30pm
Located on the first floor.
Exhibition Tour & Artist Talk — 7th June
Join us for a tour of Flux, an exhibition showing the work of 4 artists whose unique practices express notions of transitions, using the body, emotions and personal experiences to shape their works. Following the tour each artist will talk about their practice in a chaired discussion about the themes of the exhibition.
Free, but please register a space by clicking here.
- Date: 19 Feb 2018