PRIVATE VIEW - all welcome
6 - 8pm Thursday 7th June 2018
The everyday processes by which surfaces are worn down, thinned or marked by contact with weather, citizens, or other agents, and detritus deposited elsewhere, puts a particular focus on materiality. Material in its different conditions and formations has here a particular unstable character, defined as on-going process, shifting, disappearing and distancing. The project, States of Change explores, through divers artistic practices, the idea of erosion in social or material decline, and its productive potential. The process of erosion and its continuous fluid character will be further explored in ways in which material contests assumptions of agency, control, and in more general terms, visibility. This underlines the nature of artistic practice of being in and between processes of testing and reflection, shaping states of change, environments and materials.