The above image features a living pot by Hannah-Chloe Magee, the clay is infused with seeds that eventually take over the clay pot.
‘Things that fall in between’ is an exhibition of work from sixteen artists. The work on show ranges in scale and impact, such as the incidental but beautifully crafted bugs by maker Lotus De Wit, where individual hand crafted flies and cockroaches festoon a bathroom.
Alice Clark peeled layers of history within her hanging latex curtains and Sharon Adams’s ‘tools’, are shaped to clean the dust in the ornate mouldings and cornices.
The exhibition takes place in the RSpace Gallery in lisburn located in the Conservation area of Castle Street with the work infusing with the historic rectory.
My roll in the project was to create still and moving image pieces documenting the journey. There are a total of seventeen video pieces in the set that are all online at 720p HD you can view them in the Vimeo album.
The main gallery is turned into an ‘archive’ of the drawings, notes, sketches, images, sounds and stories about the artworks as they evolved.
Some of the artists from the exhibition will be giving a talk about their work on Saturday 16 June at 12pm, in the main gallery.
Most of the work involved moving image capture for which I shot at 50mm throughout and features a mix of location art and artist.
Venue : R-Space Gallery 32 Castle Street, Lisburn, BT27 4XE
Dates : Wednesday 16 May to Saturday 16 June 2012
Opening Hours : 11am to 5pm, Wednesday to Saturday Artist Tours, 2pm to 4pm, groups by appointment.
View the full set of Vimeo Videos in the Mak9 album.