The secrecy of hidden text, makes reference to the social and cultural context of drinking tea in Amanda Cornelius’s work.
The kinetic quality of Camilla Nelson’s installation, entices the viewer to peer into the structure and glimpse fragments of text.
A textural, spatial and acoustic emulation of the Stonehenge Avenue, evokes a sense of place and experience through the collaborative interplay of Fay Stevens and Janice Botterill.
The evocation of place, lives lived and memory, resonate in Cerys Thomas’ site specific and performance based work.
The interplay of Sveta Antonova’s compressed text, instructs the viewer to locate their locale of reading within the gallery space.
Annelies Egli’s reverse household notes offer an intriguing insight into the intimate text of the everyday.
The interface of mirrors and projected text in James Merricks’ piece, leads to a fragmentation of words and meaning.