Private view 3rd December 6-9pm
Opening hours: 12-6pm December 2nd-6th
This exhibition is a reaction to the growing abuse of power centred round the political movement to slowly decrease our civil rights, by means of surveillance and scare tactics. Using mixed media such as sculpture, film and photography Narang and Shrigley confront and examine the relationship between power and manipulation. Looking at issues ranging from bigotry and control to murder and Desire.
Jake Narang is an up and coming young artist. Specialising in life casting, he creates visually disturbing pieces that force the viewer to reassess their surroundings and the country they live in.
Patricia shrigley is currently working with media's such as film and sculpture and shows her work at international gallery's and film festivals. Her film, Grese West Atkins Hindley Ruda and England is filmed as a series of portraits of 5 infamous female criminals. . Her sculpture, which is directly linked to her film, looks at self-gratification using power and control over others.