25 July – 8 August (Thu – Sun 1pm – 6pm)
Apocalypse Now will reflect on interpretations of the meaning of an Apocalypse today, and bring together artists from the U.K whose work deals with Apocalyptic themes, from a very contemporary viewpoint to reflect on a very human dilemma.
Artists working with an array of media from painting and sculpture to multimedia works present a disparate standpoint on a unified theme. From the neon sculpture work of Mark Melvin to the intricate painting and drawing of Andrew Hladky and Paul Cureton and into poignant and moving video pieces of Sarah Harbridge, Apocalypse Now provides a core of activity and artwork that seeks to enlighten views on our termination.
Amos, Morgan Beringer, Laura Collinson, Paul Cureton, Coris Evans, Sarah Harbridge, Andrew Hladky, Matthew Kelly, Fiona Long, Michelle Lord, Sam Meech & Pete Bamford, Mark Melvin, Govinda Sah, Laura Smith, Ronis Vaalam, Rupert White. Check Red Wire blog for the details of Apocalypse Artists.