David Harrison's works make strange our relationship to the natural world. Harrison makes use of a multitude of materials and techniques, whether they be found materials or characters from literature, myth, and history, to create his distinctive vision. In his imagined world, we encounter 'the re-enchantment of nature', in which the imagined and the real, the magical and the everyday, the prosaic and the fantastical are wholly intertwined. Existence reflects Harrison's personal mythology through a new room-scale installation, recent sculpture and a new suite of paintings concerned with the intoxicating power of perfume, alongside some of his earlier works.
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