Thu, 02 Sept | Exeter

Too Long in the Lobby

The Too Long in the Lobby exhibition brings together work by four artists exploring their different responses to the waiting and uncertainty of the past year of lockdowns and global pandemic. The lobby for them is the in-between space suggestive of the shifting of everyday life into an uncanny.
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Too Long in the Lobby

Time & Location

02 Sept, 18:00 – 20:00 BST
Exeter, 3-5, 3-5 Paris St, Exeter EX1 2JB, UK

About the event

The Too Long in the Lobby exhibition brings together work by four artists exploring their different responses to the waiting and uncertainty of the past year of lockdowns and global pandemic. The lobby for them is the in-between space suggestive of the shifting of everyday life into an uncanny, isolated experience where perspectives, processes, and methods in their practices also shift.

The show brings to light the small stories and glimpses of the ordinary lives of four female artists that have subtly shifted, tilted and skewed their familiar perception of the world.

The audience is invited to experience relationships between these themes through the playful and comic oak sculptures of Caroline Saunders; the vibrant colour, surrealism and absurdity of objects in paintings by Amanda Jewell and Rosalind Bason; and the projected dream-like interiors and landscapes in Frankie Williams’ films.

Where

MakeTank Exeter, 3-5 Paris Street, Exeter EX1 2JB

When

2nd-5th September 2021

Opening event – Thurs 2nd Sept 6-8pm

Other times – Fri 3rd & Sat 4th Sept 12-6pm; Sun 5th 12-4pm

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