Featured in this exhibition:
"The notion of transient flickering in between images drives my process. Process and materiality of an image's language is that of the everyday, banal interiors and a city's landscape. Human presence is always visible in its fleeting traces-people however."
"My recent works depict the body and objects form the personal and cultural spheres - from sanitary towels to folk dolls - shown in states of inertia and suspension underlined by tension. Themes of puppetry and manipulation permeate the works echoing the constraints social structures often impose on individuals. The paintings emerge from flesh-toned panels of MDF incrementally, through several layers of glazes and opacities, narrowing down on a sense of tonal equilibrium and psychological depth. Engaging in extensive photographic and video experimentation in the development of each work, I strive to explore the physical properties and metaphorical potential of paint."
"Winner of the Jerwood Student Drawing Prize 2014, Annette is a recent graduate of Central St Martins, She is heavily influenced by cinematic images and draws from them for her inspiration. The series entitled “Wait a Minute. It’s the Truth and the Truth Hurts” is typical of the real quality to Annette’s work, which goes far beyond her obvious technical skills. There is a palpable tension, capturing key images, whilst still allowing the viewers to read in their own story and conclusions."
The exhibition runs for two weeks after the opening reception.