Viewing by appointment from Thursday 15 August to Sunday 25 August.
Preview Saturday 17 August 18.00 – 21.00
Robert Flynn is a Liverpool, UK based artist. His work is inspired by the psychological, the unconscious and fantasies, and by how these aspects inform the human condition. Working across a variety of mediums, he creates work that explores these elements by using a combination of sculpture, costume, new media and installation which he then photographs, so as to separate the viewer from the object/image, distorting their perceptions of it, and presenting it as a (false/parallel) reality.
The Anima-Animus series, inspired by Jungian archetypes is a collection of photographic portraits that use a mixture of costume/sculpture as a means to communicate and explore unconscious thoughts and desires that escape words and description.
Arena Studios and Gallery, 27 Parliament Street, Liverpool, L8 5RN.