29 November - 11 December 2016
Private View: Thursday 1 December 6-9pm
The condition of liminality is a state of transition, of suspension on the threshold between one place, time or state of mind and another. It involves ambiguity, uncertainty and the dissolution of order: identities and outcomes are thrown into doubt. It speaks of borderlands, fault-lines and indeterminate places.
This intriguing concept exerts a strong pull for the artists in this exhibition. Their processes involve entering a state of flux in which the destination is initially unknown. The overt subject might be a time, a place or a psychological state – or all of the above.
The exhibition features painting, print, photography, film, installation and sculpture.
Richard Brayshaw, Deborah Burnstone, Janet Curley Cannon,
Robert Fitzmaurice, Nick Hazzard, Maria Lena-Hedberg, Stephanie Herbert,
Alison Lumb, Maureen Nathan, Rosey Prince, Ann Simberg, Sally Tyrie,
Jim Vernon, Erika Wengenroth, Edward Winters
Organised by Carlos de Lins