Exhibition: 20th June - 5th July 2009
Open: Thurs - Sun, 1-5pm
PV: Friday 19th June, 7-9pm
Artist Talk: Saturday 27th June, 7.30pm
Alternative representations of the feminine are provided in Aloysius' practice, which takes the form of large scale, three-dimensional landscapes constructed from found objects, often taken directly from the urban cityscape.
In these landscapes the artist looks at how femininity can contemporaneously exist in predominantly masculine space and how language, in belong increasingly masculinised through the coercive practices of advertising, is unable to appropriately describe or represent female existence, particularly female pleasure.
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31 Queens Road
Brighton, BN1 3XA