Bloc Projects reopens its gallery this October with a new exhibition and social distancing measures in place.
Postponed from March, Transient Lines is an exhibition of new work from four artists – Deborah Lee, Myfanwy Williams, Clee Claire Lee, and Katie Jamieson – which both celebrates and decries boundaries, through explorations of time, space and materiality.
In Aber, Deborah Lee looks at coastlines, estuaries and harbours as safe havens, but where the boundaries ebb and flow. The coastline is changing, the sea is rising, the map will be revised. "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" – David Thoreau.
Myfanwy Williams also records the changing and political landscapes in Boundaries, revealing that, as the natural, beneficial boundaries of the world are shrinking, those of the harmful are expanding.
Clee Claire Lee’s woven tangled web, Preys, tries to make sense of the invisible personal and political forces that violate our freedom to manage our own boundaries.
Katie Jamieson, in tracing the lines of impermanence, seeks both balance and disruption through exploration of space, memory and fragility.
Expect to see a collaboration of painting, sculpture and installation.
Come back soon for details of events that will run alongside the exhibition.
Open Tuesday–Sunday, 12–6pm.
Booking not essential but Bloc encourages visitors to book a specific time. Please note that priority will be given to pre-booked visitors, and some visitors may be asked to visit at a later time if they arrive during a pre-booked session.
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