And all of a sudden this:
A heavy mammal with a slow, awkward gait approaches. There is an unease he holds that pushes down upon him.
We wait, listen.
This burden is brought forward, though against his conscious will there is a persistence to diverge; turn; sail in a given direction. We try to see what is offered. All the while he must convey a name. Produce. Yield. What haunts us is that something must appear that develops its own life. What he does not realise is that seemingly empty moments harbour strange secrets.
He speculates for a fall.
BEAR is an exhibition of works by Lucy Conochie and Sarah McNulty.
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