Andrew Youngson • Ruth Richmond • Su Bonfanti • Erika Trotzig • nimmi • Su Jung Jang • Galina Hristova • Jenny Klein • Jeremy Ip • Mai Wada • Jacqueline Nicholls • Helen Dear • Claire Michel • Xiaohui Wu • Robin Weijers • Silvia De Giorgi • Agnès Villette & Grégoire Dupond • Denise Poote • Jylle Navarro • Alexander Dixon • Emma Louise Moore • Wilma Woolf • Robert Verrill • Lucy George • Rafael MC • Hannah Gormley
Many people rarely physically encounter actual caves but they are a significant component of our collective imagination. Caves have been and still are intriguing spaces, for science, literature and art. For the scope of this exhibition, the “cave” is envisioned as a liminal space where different disciplines may interlink and feed into each other. Artists are invited to share their ideas around concepts of space, habitats and environments and how they engage with these notions as creative practitioners.
The scope of this exhibition is to form a dialogue around the perceptions of ecology, human responses to new or unexplored surroundings, learning through the senses and embodied experiences, and the role of art and creativity in the process of shaping and understanding the environments we live in.