This exhibition takes four different views of the act of perception. Described as an “apprehension by means of the senses or the mind, cognition, understanding”, the work of these artists looks closely at what we take for granted in the world around us.
Peta Jacob’s artworks explore the phenomena of light and matter, particularly the paradoxical nature of wave and particle behaviour at the quantum level. www.petajacobs.com
Karen Marks combines white and coloured porcelain, thrown and abstracted, to reinterpret the perceptions of flow and rhythm of water. www.karenmarksceramics.co.uk
The physical act of seeing underlies the work of Jennie Jewitt-Harris. Her drawings, paintings and sculpture explore the role of vision and psychology in development of the self. www.jenniejh.co.uk
Jaci Foster considers the concept of home, our relationship with domestic objects, and perceptions of their role and importance. www.jacifoster.co.uk