Bernadette Boundy, Sally D'Orsogna, Cathy Hayward, Sue Lock, Greg Neville & Margot Sharman
3 - 21 December
Opening Wednesday 3 December, 6.30-8pm
On this planet, we are only temporary, our thoughts only momentary, nature only transitory, our memories ephemeral, even the physical soon neglected. With this themed exhibition, the same group who brought you Folded last year, share their varied interpretations of the Momentary.
With blurred snippets of memory or old snapshots, these various perspectives show how emotional attachment can remain as a connection to a moment, in the arrow of time. With the transitory nature of light, this ephemeral gift is responsible, not only for many transient fleeting memories, but also is in turn responsible for our very existence and surroundings. Without light our lives would be bereft of the constant light show of the skies, or the tricks light can evoke through skin and foliage like patchwork or embroidery, or traces of a life obscure now beneath layers of the physical.
With the impermanence of time our memories can come to be made of many things, in particular, snapshots of softness, of transition, memento mori, even grace.