Until Friday 26 February 2016. Three artists: David Dipre, Jemma Egan and Choterina Freer regularly originate work using lo tech and found materials or take inspiration from the everyday and commonplace. Highly technical digital processes are also employed as a means of representation.
It is an exhibition that takes a scientific look at death and presents suicide in a haunting matter-of-fact way. It’s a whole new way of looking for the audience; one that sticks.
dot-art is to open a new gallery space at Queen Avenue, in the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district. The space will become dot-art’s new permanent home, opens on Friday 12 February 2016 with an exhibition “Dear Liverpool”, showcasing the work of 18 talented artists from the local area.