8 April – 25 April 2021
Gallery One: Douglas Kirwan – Pattern and Ornament
This body of works consists of paintings showing how natural forms have been transformed into the stylized motifs often found in lace.
The sources of these images are varied, maybe Chantilly lace, the design from a table cloth or even a strange insect that sparks a series of transformative possibilities.
The Canning Room: Matthew Greenwood – Ultraviolent Lite
Morphing flesh, distorted desires and ambiguous forms. Ultraviolent Lite tongues the blurred boundaries between sensory and subconscious. Greenwood’s pieces heave and glow with irregular cadence, visceral imagery consorting with the ethereal. Space and proximity inform awareness within a realm of colour, impulse and light.