PRIVATE VIEW 3RD OCTOBER 6.30 - 8.30pm

exhibition from 4th - 26th October

 

Hannah Brown, Gareth Cadwallader,

Benjamin Deakin, Sam Douglas

and Rebecca Partridge

Hannah Brown

Hedge 4, 2018

Oil on linen, 150 cm x 200 cm

Benjamin Deakin

Relater,  2019

Oil on linen, 90 x 100 cm

Rebecca Partridge

Midnight Canopy, 2015

Watercolour and ink on board

40 x 30 cm

Gareth Cadwallader

View From The Sailor Girl I, 2016

Oil on canvas, 17.5 x 25.5 cm

Sam Douglas

Chambered cairn, 2018

Oil on board, 22 x 20cm

The title for this exhibition is taken from anthropologist, Victor Turner’s 1967 essay,

Betwixt and Between: The Liminal Period in Rites de Passage. Originating from the analysis of initiation rituals, the liminal space is transitional; existing between two states, a threshold at which normal structures are suspended and we enter into the unknown. The term has been used to describe transitional places, in-between regions outside of determined positions. The works here explore landscapes which are both literal and suggestive of psychological or sensory thresholds—which though uncertain, contain,

in Turner’s words; ‘a fertile nothingness, a storehouse of possibilities

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