Mervyn Diese, Monika Tobel, Mark Rathmell, Cally Trench, Julia Maddison, Christina Lovey, Rachelle Allen-Sherwood, Mathew Tudor, Christopher Ward, John Mazurka, Cassandra Mahoney
An exhibition of portraits of animate and inanimate objects, from humans to things found in the street.
Lost & Found : Private View Thursday 2nd November 18:30 – 21:30
‘Humanity is a filthy animal, urban living bears the scars of our everyday lives’ – Mervyn Diese
The exhibition comprised of ten local artists takes the detritus, the leftover of our existence as its starting point; showcasing a multitude of different approaches underlined by their various backgrounds, mixing the influence of locality with their global viewpoints.
Performance and video works will be presented in two special days of events during the show:
Sunday 5th November : Lost & Found performance works
From 2pm : Christina Lovey leads a performative walk from Hundred Years along Regent’s Canal, followed by artist performances in the gallery from 4pm
Friday 10th November : Lost & Found film works