Heather Carey's exhibition of paintings Approaching Mimesis explores perception and how the mind completes or interprets images based on the knowledge we have. Spaces empty of human presence are given character by the brightly coloured abstract marks placed on top which appear to float in front and create an illusion of space. In this series, Heather demonstrates what is possible in painting by the re-invention of images.
In his exhibition of drawings entitled Phoslogica, Larry Eisenstein explores the New Biology's concepts of human unconscious processes, morphogenetic fields and morphonic resonances. This work is part of a series called Cellves and seeks to answer the questions: Are the laws of nature merely habits? And can art influence these habits?
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