Analogue brings together the work of eight artists from five countries. Works chosen for an audience that is increasingly starved of analogue experience and whose senses are being insidiously recalibrated by pixels and bites.
The works in the exhibition ask us to look and to feel simultaneously using our endangered analogue facilities – lest in time we find ourselves unable to read the file. They invite us to rediscover looking as a handmade proposition. And whilst we might mistake that for nostalgia – it is in fact a craving for looking itself – closely, for privacy and for an analogue world that is struggling for breath amidst the digital onslaught.
Featured artists include: Sofie Muller, Marie Harnett, James White, Kemal Seyhan, Ruth Cleland, Kevin Malloy, Ceara Metlikovec and Gary McMillan.
Exhibition opens: 5:30–7:30pm Thursday March 2020