03 September 2009. Free entry.
Acting as an elaborate ruse for the senses, Georgie Hill's recent works on paper present serene internal enclaves that appear heavy-hearted and time-worn. Throughout our personal investigations of these spaces, Hill invites us to invest in the subtlety and symmetry of each of her scene's various details. Consequently, the drifting sense of temporality within these unfamiliar realms proves both hypnotic and haunting as unseen currents and influences play across the walls of these disarming, dreamlike rooms.
This Thursday, The Physics Room would like to invite you to join Art Historian Julie King and local Artist Brenda Nightingale in an open discussion chaired by The Physics Room's Project Coordinator Sophie Keyse in relation to Georgie Hill's exquisite works and her exhibition L-Shaped Counter.