Therianthropy

Therianthropy

25th May – 5th June 2010

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EXHIBITION PREVIEW

MONDAY 24th May: 20:00-00:00

WITH DJ’S AND DRINK PROMOTIONS ALL NIGHT LONG!

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The Art Corner

Exhibition Preview – Monday 24th May 20:00-00:00
Gallery Opening Times – 10am-6pm Monday – Sunday

LAURA-KATE CHAPMAN

My art work is predominantly hand drawn and painted, using a variety of media including water colour, pencil crayon, felt tips, pencil and collage. My work is often narrative based involving eccentric characters and is intricately patterned with little details weaved throughout.

ANNE FRITZ

Lately the main focus point of her work has been the representation of animals.
The piece depicts a study of an ongoing human detachment from nature fuelled by the misconception of the human species being the predominant entity on earth, and their disneyfication of animals misrepresenting them as having human emotion rather than being correctly portrayed as entirely different and idiosyncratic entities.
Born in Germany, studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, graduating in 2009.

TOM GEORGESON

Paintings history has hardwired us to cherish any painting made in a certain way, regardless of the signature it carries.
Don’t misunderstand me, I am fascinated by the possibilities of newer mediums but I’m skeptical about anyone remembering them.

JON MUIR

My work began by exploring the lifestyle of the survivalist movement. Further development led me create works that explore the use of trap making in an urban built environment. My work is trying to make the audience question typical food sources and their everyday way of life.

SUE SHAW

1996. Cuba during the Special Period, caused by the end of support from the Soviet Union and the American Embargo. A small boy scavenges on the streets of Havana and puts his findings in a plastic bag. Cuba had half a million bikes, no petrol, half a highway, little food….. few pets and tourists.

STUART SOUTHWELL

The focus of this project was to create a series of portraits displaying the grotesque, commenting on the falsities of identity in modern culture and how one can fall into a position in everyday life where they are forced or choose to create a mask for themselves. Ultimately the portraits aim to question whether our identities can be called true or false.

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