The exquisite work of several brand new emerging artists. The stories these artists characterise we can all empathise with - the story of the 'way we were', from defining themselves through consumer goods, to personal relationships with others.
The whole experience is a sensual, nostalgic experience, with several senses being stimulated- through practices including installation, audio, sculpture, printmaking and photography in order to explore the memories of past experiences. The experiences range from childhood relationships to personal surroundings, and will pose the question are some memories best forgotten?
One of the compelling exhibits on show features Panayotis Delilabros entitled "My Father told me I am ugly" where he filters childhood memories through the seemingly banal and familiar tools of his everyday existence, his television, his computer and of course his Nintendo. Through various media he creates and represents a reality, which runs in conjunction with the subconscious and the profound aspects of a life led.
The other artists participating in this exhibition are: Anne-Laure Ponsin, Miriam Zadik Gold, Emily Candela, Edward Adam, Hanna Korhonen, Gayna Palham Carl Slater, Aidan McNeil, Tanja Vujasonovic