Shooketh, like the ancient, geological landscapes which hold many of the human presences within the collection, points to a larger map of meaning which Whiten invokes us to remember – that humans are not separate from nature, but rather embedded within a cartography of relationships in constant flux, cycle, dependency, and dialogue. And when we remember this connection, there is the capacity to find the strength to bear what is unbearable and to die to the old. To let new life find its way through old fissures again.
- Excerpt from an essay written by Lindsay Alderton
Thursday 8th December 2022
6 - 8pm
9th December - 6th January 2023
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