The five artists included in this exhibition – Kate Lyddon, Alice Maher, Richard Mark Rawlins, Caroline Wong and Joel Wyllie – use the slow processes of drawing to work through deeply personal experiences, anxieties, and desires. Drawing is agile enough to move across different periods of the artists’ lives: backwards, to recollected experiences; inwards, to excavate things that are hidden or obscured; and forwards, to new forms that arise through the process. Ostensibly modest practices – drawing, erasing, redrawing – can produce unimaginable beings and worlds that can surprise even their makers.
We are now accepting visitors without pre-booked appointments, Wed-Sun, 12-6pm, with late openings until 8pm every Thursday.
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1-27 Rodney Place
Elephant and Castle