3-D and 2-D work'.
Some of the works in this exhibition concentrate
on the use of senses other than sight. This not only refers
to works producing or dampening aural sensations (a.k.a sound-art),
but to the 'clean' smell of detergents and the hotness of a heater.
How much are we willing or prepared to invest in a
work that is not only 'in front of our eyes'?
There are other themes emerging from the clutter of this seemingly eclectic mix of art work : “experiments” that might remind one of
high-school science classes, diy sound insulation that
could look like an empty canvas, collapsed cardboard structures that
could get more attention than the ones next to a bin, organised
detergents in the style of dot painting or a religious ritual,
painting and drawing a picture, buying a heater from Argos,
mimicking a guitar body or stacking clay.The materials used reflect
what is readily available.