You enter the gallery alone, two strips of light form a pathway that lead you further into the darkness, their dim glow some comfort.
Ahead, a faint crowd of figures leer, stooped and motionless in anticipation of your arrival. The pathway, now soft underfoot, strikes through the expectant gathering.
As you pass the first figure it emits a vivid flash, revealing the empty room that lingers beyond the other blinkered lamps to your either side. A shock of light emits from each lamp as you pass it, drumming an erratic visual tempo.
With every flash a moment is illuminated and immortalised, preserved in light.
A broken interrogation, with a cold and wanting touch.
Each flare drags you deeper into darkness, disoriented.
Fame:Trapped in Cinema - a warzone on a red carpet.
Harriet Anderson's installation, Fame:Trapped in Cinema, is the first exhibition in the series Be the Revolution!
Viewings are by appointment only. Numbers will be limited as entrance to the gallery is restricted to one person at a time during this installation.
Please be aware that this exhibition contains flashing lights.