Opening Launch: Wednesday 11 April 6-9pm | Exhibition Dates: April 11 - April 28, 2018



Julia Stewart

What Remains

Whats Remains is an exhibition that explores everyday moments of beauty, humour and connection. Experimenting with painting on a variety of surfaces as well as wall reliefs, it includes works that explore the themes of intimacy, tenderness, fragility, and transition.



Azza Zein

Stoppage

Inspired by the title of Marcel Duchamp’s series that critically questions “the logic of measuring”, Stoppage explores our relation with data. What can painting gestures juxtaposed with graph images and textiles reveal about the essence of the measuring system? The French definition of ‘stoppage’ evokes a technique of repairing woven textiles. Combining conceptual and material lines, the painting series dissolve the binary between material production and the abstract production of knowledge. 



Max Lawrence White

Close To The Bone

Max Lawrence White’s exhibition is centred around colour and its infinite combinations, readings and meanings. In contemporary life, colour is experienced in a fleeting, transitory manner influenced by our fast-paced lifestyles and attachments to technology and social media. Within this experience, there are no rules or boundaries in regards to the interaction of colour. Intense artificial hues are combined with hues from more natural origins. Acknowledging this has lead to a process within White’s studio that embraces chance, choice and curiosity in order to recognise this new experience of colour. In this process, traditional and conventional approaches to colour are abandoned and disharmony is embraced. The primary aim of White’s work is to challenge the viewer’s fraught understanding of colour. Through the presentation of colour combinations inspired by contemporary everyday experiences, the audience is presented with a conception of colour that is free of historical and theoretical baggage. Colour is stripped of conventional connotations, superseding linguistic expression and becoming autonomous. The viewer is thus invited into an experience in which the full potency of colour is manifest.