Spending his time between his Sheffield and Berlin studios, Henry Tietzsch-Tyler's abstract paintings are an attempt to tackle the legacy of geographical and psychological dislocation of peoples displaced or affected through conflict. Influenced by stories passed down from his Anglo-German parents, he is especially interested in the residing inherited memories of trauma among successive generations.
Henry aims to be present in the gallery for much of the exhibition period, talking with visitors about his work and experiences.
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