On Rushing Water is an exhibition of new work by Alys Jenkins and Tom Sewell drawing on the influence of eastern philosophy on their practice. The exhibition marks one year of Dye House 451.
An enquiry may reveal the potential of an object not simply as evidence of activity, but as an extrusion of condition. By sensing the world around us we establish a relative frame of reference which enables us to situate and understand ourselves. We create space in order to navigate this world.
Before enlightenment, mountains are mountains and waters are waters. During the quest for enlightenment, mountains are not mountains and waters are not waters. After enlightenment, mountains are just mountains and waters are just waters.’
- Dry Mountain Water, Allen S. Weiss