The three exhibiting artists share an interest in the symbolic nature of the materials with which they work and with the extra-aesthetic - socio-political, ethical and historical - implications of their use. In their individual practices they seek to visualise the structural conditions underpinning the production of art today while also retaining a poetics of form that is both personal and able to communicate to an external audience. The presentation and installation of their work is, therefore, an important consideration for all three artists. In this exhibition wall and floor based works will be combined in conversation with each other and with the space of the gallery. The depiction and use of objects (in the works of Gault and Gertz) and the reflected, and reflexive, surfaces of the works by Clements and Gault will be purposefully arranged to guide visitors to the exhibition on a journey of engagement, opening spaces for thought and for a different type of attention.