20 to 28 May 2017 | Opening: 19 May, 6pm
QSS Gallery, 31-33 Bedford Street, Belfast
Dwelling reconfigures two distinct bodies of work by artists Frederic Huska and Duncan Ross into new possible dialogues, and seeks to explore the contingent and elusive connections between the mediums of drawing, photography and writing. Although developed independently, both practices intersect each other by revolving around the theme of the city, not as a subject matter in itself, but as a vehicle for connecting the unconscious realms of dreams, fantasies, fear and impulses. This one-week show, conceived as an experimental event, opens a poetic space between the visual and the textual for the viewer to dwell in. As such, it seeks to open both practices to unexpected connections that may occur out of the mental movements between the photographic images, drawings and texts through visual and narrative analogies.
The artists will be present in the gallery for the duration of the show for questions, comments and discussion.
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