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I’m having an exhibition at The Tate (upstairs at the Toxteth Hotel, 345 Glebe Point Road, Glebe) on Wednesday the 23rd at 6pm.
It’s called Every Time and is about memory and the multiple layers of pasts in places.
The blurb I wrote goes like this:
What if everything that happened at or on or in a particular place contributed to how we feel when we are in that space, in the same way that if you get into bed after someone has been lying in it you can feel the heat they left in between your sheets? This series spans three years of what I would call photographic shoegazing and has no particular focus on specific subject matter. It’s a collection of places spanning half a metre to a kilometre where layers of meaning jumped out at me and I felt like I was in the past, like the past was in the present, or that stories are just stories and there is no before or after.
This Wednesday, 6-9:30pm.
Free drinks, good company (provided you’re there), cheap prints.
This is my first solo show in a year, maybe for another year, so it’d be awesome if you came.