Visual artist Hugo Dalton contends that Mother Nature is a Dominatrix, not a benevolent figure, through an exhibition of sculptural installations and wall drawings based on frescoes at Pompeii.
Dalton's site-specific drawings at Crisis's Bermondsey Project Space will use imagery associated with Bondage, Domination, Sadism and Masochism to evoke humankind's ancient, complex and increasingly fetishised relationship with Mother Nature – source of shelter, sustenance, pleasure and pain.
The exhibition is curated by Edward Lucie-Smith and will feature a sound work by composer James Dooley.
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