AboutJack Brindley | Ben Bucki | Greig Burgoyne | Simon Farid | Steve Hanson & Robert Galeta | Warren Hayes | Johnny Herbert | Sam Kennedy | Richard Zeiss
Curated by Helen Thackray.
Dromology, a term coined by the social theorist: Paul Virilio, is the starting point for this group exhibition which explores the complex relationship between technological advancements and our use and perception of physical space.
The digital age has accelerated various aspects of our lives including the way that we work, communicate and learn yet it has simultaneously reduced the speed and frequency at which we travel through space. Where once the pursuit of knowledge required a physical journey and communication required a physical proximity, humans now remain more static; performing a variety of activities from a fixed point in space.